Test Under Armour's Spieth 2 shoes in France

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Would you like to be one of the first golfers in the UK to try Jordan Spieth’s new Under Armour Spieth 2 shoes? 

We’ve teamed up with Under Armour for an exclusive testing opportunity, at the stunning Royal Mougins Resort in the South of France.

Four lucky golfers will be flown to France for this all-expenses-paid experience. There, they will be fitted for a pair of Spieth 2 shoes with Under Armour Ambassador and world-renowned golf biomechanist JJ Rivet.

The Spieth 2 was unveiled by Jordan himself in Las Vegas. It’s been rigorously tested by him and built to help him accomplish one main goal – to score.

New technology in the Spieth 2 includes Gore-Tex waterproofing, which delivers protection from the elements without sacrificing breathability.

Derived from Under Armour’s history of material innovation, the Spieth 2 also features ultra-strong TPU fibres directly woven into the upper, resulting in structural support even lighter than the Spieth 1.

The Spieth 2 retails for £160 and will officially launch on February 2.

To be picked for this opportunity, you need be available to travel to France on March 7, returning on March 9, 2018.

To enter, email your name, address and handicap details to reader.reviews@todaysgolfer.co.uk

Royal Mougins

Terms and conditions

・There will be four selected winners for the product testing.
・Flights are paid for by Bauer Media departing on the 7th March and returning on the 9th March. Flight Times and UK Airport are to be confirmed.
・Accommodation at the Royal Mougins is paid for by Bauer Media for the duration of the trip.
・Breakfast is included for each person at the Royal Mougins.
・There is a 100 euro allowance per person per day for dinner, tea and refreshments.
・Any food or refreshments brought in the UK Airport or Nice Airport are to be brought at the winners own expense.
・Transfers from Nice Airport to the accommodation is paid for by Bauer Media.
・Costs incurred travelling to the UK airport and any car parking is at the winner’s expense.