Made To Score Challenge with Under Armour
We have finally escaped from the oppressive clutches of Winter, and Spring is here! That means longer days and warmer temperatures, but more importantly, it signals the beginning of the new golf season. To celebrate that fact, prepare for the year ahead with Golfshake’s #MADETOSCORE Challenge with Under Armour!
Teaming up with UA and the Spieth 2 Shoe, we are challenging you to improve your game this March, with the appetising possibility of securing a place at our Under Armour #MadeToScore Performance Day to be held at one of the UK’s most highly regarded courses.
This is a great way to potentially kick off your golf season in style, with a motivational incentive to get out onto the golf course and post your scores.
How to Enter
There are two ways of participating in the Challenge, each with a chance of claiming major prizes.
- Track a Round on the Golfshake Score Tracker, which you can do via the Website, or the Golfshake iOS and Android Apps.
- Social Media: You can additionally take part by posting a picture of yourself from the golf course, working on your game. Post to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, using the #MadeToScore Hashtag to have a chance of securing weekly prizes.
What You Can Win
- Claim 1 of 3 Spots on a Under Armour #MadeToScore Performance Day where you will receive your own pair of Spieth 2 Shoes and play at one of the UK's most famous courses.
- Weekly Under Armour Prizes randomly drawn from Social Media Entries.
For more information on the Golfshake #MADETOSCORE Challenge with Under Armour, visit https://www.golfshake.com/madetoscore/.
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