You are invited to challenge the great Jack Nicklaus and better his famous drive on the 18th at St Andrews in the 1970 Open, courtesy of RBS.
The Jack Nicklaus Majors Challenge is based in the heart of London - in the Broadgate Arena. The passion, excitement and challenge of the Jack Nicklaus Majors Challenge will be there for one week only.
Jack Nicklaus Majors Challenge invites members of the public to try to beat some of Jack's greatest ever shots played in the Majors on a state-of-the-art golf simulator. Tha aim is to land your ball inside Jack's, represented by a golden bear, using the Nicklaus clubs available.
The golfer closest to Jack's ball in each of the three locations (Pittsburgh, Chicago and London), will be flown to Jack's home course, the Bears Club in Florida, to play a round of golf and also recieve a set of virtually priceless customised, signed Jack Nicklaus golf clubs.
If however you cannot get to London, Chicago or Pittsburgh, there is an alternate solution. You will be able to compete in Jack's Challenge online, on the video game. Who ever tops the leader board at the end of each Major week will win SIGNED Jack Nicklaus memorabilia. To play this game go to: http://www.rbssport.com/jack-major-challenge2.html
Golfing god Jack Nicklaus himself will be in London on Thursday 19 July to meet the competitors with guest MC James Cracknell, to offer his thoughts on the forth coming British Open. This an opportunity that few people receive, so should be snapped up as soon as possible.
All entrants must be aged 18 or over. Inflatable golf nets are available for warming up in and a free 10 minute lesson from a PGA professional coach is also available to warm yourself up in.