Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 23 December 2014

Right: Heatons' golfing gear is well above par - Dunlop Golf Hamington Jacket (£13), Dunlop Golf Chinos (£9), Dunlop Golf Pique (£9) and Dunlop Golf Shoes (£25)

Treat your dad this Father's Day with the Belfast Telegraph and Heatons

THE Belfast Telegraph and Heatons have teamed up to offer two lucky readers the chance to win an incredible Fathers Day prize for their special dad!

THE Belfast Telegraph and Heatons have teamed up to offer two lucky readers the chance to win an incredible Fathers Day prize for their special dad!

Two lucky readers will be given the opportunity to win a £250 Heatons voucher to spoil their dad with the fantastic Dunlop Golf collection at Heatons stores Nationwide and five Pro golfing lessons with Peter Hannah, Qualified PGA professional at Fortwilliam Golf Club.

For all those golfing dads, £250 will be easily spent and your local Heatons store is a must stop shop for great value golf wear guaranteed to look great out on the fairways!

Tee off in style with the Dunlop Golf Wind Breaker (£9) and matching Golf Water Resistant Pant (£9), or for something a little different try the Dunlop Golf Harrington Jacket (£13) with Golf Chinos (£9) and Golf Pique (£9) another smart option at great value prices.

Heatons, Ireland's fastest growing independent retailer, offers fashion and style combined with great value and quality to provide a one-stop shop for you and your family's complete wardrobe this summer.

The Peter Hannah Golf Shop, Fortwilliam Golf Club 028 9077 0980, can offer advice to any new golfer and look after all your golfing needs.



To knock dad for 'four' this Father's Day by winning this prize, answer this simple question:



Q: What brand of golf co-ordinates is available at Heatons?



Answers to be posted to: Heatons, c/o The PR Agency, 721a Lisburn Road, Belfast, BT9 7GU.

Closing date for entries, June 26. Usual rules apply.

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