European Tour

Golfer wins trip to space!

2014-09-16 11:04
Andy Sullivan (Getty Images)

Cape Town - England's Andy Sullivan has won a trip to space after a hole-in-one during the final round of the European Tour's KLM Open in Zandvoort, Netherlands last Sunday.

According to the BBC website, XCOR Space Expeditions awarded the prize - worth about $100 000 - to the first player to ace the par-three 15th hole during the tournament.

Sullivan, 28, said he was "not the best flyer", but would undertake the 30-minute flight to 100km.

Compatriot Paul Casey walked away the winner of the tournament.

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