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Golden Tee Golf for Apple and Android devices launched in the United States on October 28th. Download it now on Apple and Android!
To celebrate a significant golf tournament that will be played at lovely, diabolical Oakmont this week, Golden Tee and Callaway have partnered up to bring you a tremendous opportunity to win the ultimate golf package.
No, you won’t be able to add a major to your prestigious golf resume or a trophy that would look just lovely on your coffee table. You can, however, win a Golden Tee Home Edition AND a Callaway XR 16 driver signed by Masters Champ Danny Willett.
That’s right. Both of ‘em. Welcome to the brave new #XR16GoldenTee world.
Entering is quick and easy. You need a Twitter account, and then you need to follow these very simple steps.
Step 2: Pick a Callaway Staff Pro golfer from the list provided below you believe will have the best finish at Oakmont.
Step 3: Pick a final Score (or total over/under course par for the tournament)
Step 4: Compose a Tweet that includes a) the name of Callaway Pro you have selected b) the projected final score and c) the hashtag #XR16GoldenTee. Include @CallawayGolf and @GoldenTee in the tweet. (Don’t forget the hashtag, which is the number sign on your keyboard along with the text without spaces for those non-Twitter regulars.)
Step 5: Submit that tweet sometime between Monday, June 13 and 5 am central Thursday, June 16.
Once the tournament has concluded, the winner with the top Callaway finisher and closest score will be selected to win a Golden Tee Home Edition and an XR 16 driver signed by Masters Champion Danny Willett.
In the instance where there is a tie—multiple submissions with the same golfer and score—the winner will be randomly selected from the group with the winning submissions. We will announce the winner on Monday, June 20.
You must be at least 18 years old to enter and live in the United States. Only one entry (the first entry) per Twitter account will be count. Outside of that, it’s on you to determine who will navigate the lightning greens and spectacular rough.
What golfer do you pick? What score do you go with? That is entirely up to you.