Pebble. Tiger. Phil. Brooks. Rory.
The U.S. Open is back at what may very well be its best venue, and there’s no shortage of compelling stories. Is Rory back from whatever netherworld his putter was hiding in? Does Brooks three-peat? Does Phil finally claim the career grand slam? Can Tiger turn back the clock one more time to, say, the year 2000?
Or will we be watching a total dark horse hoisting the USGA’s trophy on Father’s Day?
No matter what happens, it’s sure to be some compelling golf and MyGolfSpy, along with the good folks at Wilson Staff, would love to add a little more drama to your weekend with Part Three of our annual #SpyStaffSlam contest. To enter you have to sashay on over to the MyGolfSpy Community Forum, pick a team and grab your popcorn.
First prize is a fully customized set of Wilson Staff irons – anything from the all-new long and forgiving D7’s and C300’s to the C300 Forged and 2017 Most Wanted Players Iron, the FG Tour V6. It’s your choice.
Call Me Intrigued!
The contest is pretty simple to enter. You pick a 4-person team, and if your team combines to win to the most total prize money, you win too. As we said, 1st prize is a full set of Wilson Staff irons custom built to your specs, 2nd prize is a Wilson D7 driver, and 3rd prize is a dozen Wilson DUO golf balls (Professional, Soft or Soft Spin – your choice of color).
Wilson Staff, as you know, has won 61 majors in its history, but none since Padraig Harrington’s PGA at Oakland Hills in 2008. Could Gary Woodland – the GIR machine – give Wilson its 62nd major?
How To Enter:
It’s easy to enter, but make sure to read carefully and follow the directions to the letter, so you don’t miss out.
Next, in the official MyGolfSpy #SpyStaffSlam US Open Contest Thread in the Community Forum (click here), select and enter your team from the provided tiers. You’ll also need to enter your tiebreakers, just in case.
It’s pretty simple, but make sure to enter your selections only in the contest thread in the Community Forum. We’ll announce the winners in that thread Monday after the US Open.
You won’t get a shiny piece of USGA hardware, but then again, a trophy isn’t going to help you knock it stiff from 160!