Glenmorangie - the Spirit of The Open - has teamed up with luxury gent’s tailor Thomas Pink to create an extraordinary golf experience and selection of ‘Unneccessarily Well Made’ gifts for one Square Meal reader to enjoy with their dad this Father's Day.
Glenmorangie is offering one reader and their father the opportunity to go to this year’s Open Championship at Royal Liverpool, Hoylake, in July. Travelling in style, the lucky winner will be able to enjoy dinner at one of the north’s most exciting restaurants and an overnight stay in nearby Manchester, followed by a full day’s play at Royal Liverpool. They will also get to take part in a private VIP coaching session at the Glenmorangie Tent with British golfing legend and ambassador, Tony Jacklin.
To accessorise for the occasion, the winner will receive a pair of stylish limited edition Thomas Pink cufflinks and socks, designed exclusively for Glenmorangie and The Open this year. Whether you keep them for yourself or pass them onto your dad is up to you!
Last but not least, there will also be a bottle of fine and rare Glenmorangie 18 Year Old for dad and the winner to take home and enjoy together after the excitement of The Open – an Unnecessarily Well Made single malt whisky aged to perfection, from the heart of the Highlands.
Our four runners-up will also each receive a bottle of Glenmorangie Original to enjoy.
To win this special prize, answer this question:
Where is Glenmorangie made?
Email your answer to email@example.com for a chance to win.
There are more goodies to be won with Glenmorangie by visiting www.Glenmorangie.com/golf and voting for or nominating your favourite ‘Unnecessarily Well Made’ golf hole from around the world. The final shortlisted 18 holes will be voted for by Glenmorangie’s ambassadors: Sir Nick Faldo, Tony Jacklin (pictured left) and golf photographer David Cannon, to create the ultimate utopian golf course.
You can also visit www.thomaspink.com/wsay #wsay @thomaspink to nominate yourself (or your father!) for Thomas Pink’s ‘Which Shirt are You?’ campaign.