Lifetime of Luxury for Ace Golfers

How would you like a room for life at the luxurious, seven-star Emirates Palace Hotel in Abu Dhabi?

Well, if you hit a hole-in-one at the seventh hole during the Abu Dhabi Championship, the room is yours for life.

There is a condition you must fulfil before even entertaining the chance of teeing up on the 200-yard hole – you must be a world-class professional golfer and/or you must be eligible to play in this European Tour event this week through merit or sponsor’s invite.

Then, of course, you must also ace the challenging hole. If the seventh is too tough, golfers might try the 15th, which is 177 yards and yields the reward of a Nissan 350Z sports car.

Among the top players taking part in the tournament are defending champion Paul Casey, Luke Donald, Ian Porter, Adam Scott and British Open champion Padraig Harrington.

Golfers can already get a taste of what a lifetime of luxury can offer because they are all staying at the hotel for the duration of the tournament.

The hotel has 394 rooms and suites and is located at the end of the city’s prestigious Corniche area. Peter German, tournament director, said in AME Info:

“We all know how rare it is to sink a hole-in one; however any player on any given day has a chance at making this epic shot.”

The Abu Dhabi Championship is the first European event of 2008 and is the first tournament of a three-stop Middle East swing.

One Response to “Lifetime of Luxury for Ace Golfers”

  1. Pat Whelton says:

    Nice one Andy, MAN a caviear bar,and all for one majic move
    on the tee box,thanks for sharing it Andy.

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