Stars of Sport and Entertainment Take on American Golf Putting Challenge

By: Golfshake Editor | Thu 15 Jun 2017 | Comments

American Golf has tasked several golf playing celebrated to participate in the Pressure Putt Challenge, where they have just 60 seconds to hold as many consecutive putts as they can, with money being donated to the On Course Foundation for each one sunk.

Heading the leaderboard is rugby’s Austin Healey with a calm and collected 12 foot putt. Other stars to feature so far include; Sir Tony McCoy, Charley Hull, Mike Tindall, Sir Ian Botham, Di Dougherty, Peter Schmeichel and Denise Van Outen. Denise, who took part in The Pressure Putt Challenge at the Golf Show by American Golf, was delighted with her score, “I’m feeling quite chuffed. I finished with a 10 foot putt which raises £100 for On Course Foundation!”

To view the current celebrity leaderboard and watch all of the celebrity videos visit or visit American Golf’s YouTube Channel. American Golf will be sharing new videos from stars of stage, TV, sport and film here on a regular basis.

“The response we have had to the Pressure Putt Challenge has been fantastic,” explains Director of Marketing and Communications at American Golf, Daniel Gathercole. “Sports people are by nature really competitive, so people have been nominating one another to take part! We have some incredible names lining up to take part in the Pressure Putt Challenge and we are really excited to see how much we can raise for On Course Foundation.”

If you think you have what it takes to beat the stars then why not head to one of the American Golf stores hosting the amateur Pressure Putt Challenge?  The player with the best score at each of the 11 participating stores at the end of July will be invited to the Belfry in September to take part in the Grand Final of the Pressure Putt Challenge in front of a live audience!  Visit to find out which stores are hosting this nerve racking challenge.

Follow @AmericanGolf_UK #AGPressurePuttChallenge for all news of the latest additions.

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