Get Closer to the Action than Ever Before with December Promotion

With the Amata Friendship Cup fast approaching, this is your chance to be a part of the action, getting closer than ever to the stars of Thai and Japanese golf, including recent Tour winners, Satoshi Kodaira, Nasa Hataoka, and Kodai Ichihara, as well as Women’s World #1 Ariya Jutanugarn, and international winners, Kiradech Aphibarnrat and Thongchai Jaidee.

This month, we’re giving two lucky winners the chance to win a golfing experience of a lifetime, with everyone who buys a ticket being entered into a draw to win one of two exclusive Amata Friendship Cup flags which will be signed by the Team Captains. And, the lucky winners will also have the chance to meet the team Captains, golfing legends Boonchu Ruangkit and Virada Norapathpongporn, Miho Koga and Joe Ozaki.

Between them they have won all over the world, and written their names into golfing history, and this is your chance to meet them as they lead the teams of some of the best players in the world, in the inaugural Amata Friendship Cup.

We’re also giving those who buy a ticket up until the 20th December the chance to go ‘Inside-the-Ropes’, walking the pristine fairways at Amata Spring Country Club alongside your chosen match, to have the best view as the action unfolds.

With both teams boasting global stars, and recent winners on golf’s biggest stage, the inaugural Amata Friendship Cup is sure to be a showcase of world-class golf.

Follow the link here to get your tickets now! https://amatafriendshipcup.com/tickets/

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