It’s the final day of the Turkish Airlines Open 2015, and the excitement around the course is palpable. Former champion Victor Dubuisson and South Africa’s Jaco Van Zyl lead the way – but Rory McIlroy is just one shot behind, ready to make his charge.
It will likely come down to who can hold their nerve the best – sink the crucial putts and keep their drives solid off the tee.
And what better metaphor for a successful tee shot than a Turkish Airlines plane – soaring into the air and ending up in exactly the right place. This is perhaps why each tee on the Montgomerie Maxx Royal is adorned with a model Turkish Airlines plane – to inspire the players to keep it straight and true as we head into the high stakes of this afternoon.
Keep checking out @T_A_Golf throughout the afternoon for the chance to win one of these very tee markers – signed by some of the players out on the course.
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