St Enodoc, together with Newquay and Trevose Golf Clubs, will this week host the three day Cornish Festival the largest annual Pro-Am in the UK.
Entries from 110 professionals and their teams of three amateurs, not only from the West and Wales but also from all over Britain, were received before the end of January.
Four Ryder Cup men are playing. Phillip Price heads a team of Welshmen for the first time. The others are Paul Broadhurst, who was beaten into second place by James Ruth (China Fleet) last year, Peter Baker (South Staffordshire) and Steven Richardson (Lee-on-the-Solent). European Senior Tour players Andrew Sherborne (Trevose), George Ryall (Players Club, Bristol) and former European Tour man Paul Mayo from Newport are among leading local players in the field.
The St Enodoc challenge will be led, as always, by Nick Williams playing with Keith Thompson, Richard Hawken and Shaun Beare. With Mark Arrowsmith unfit his place is taken by Antony Nash and his team of Norman Evans, Joe Cruse and Kevin Francis. The webmaster will follow their fortunes and keep you posted both here and on our Twitter and Facebook pages.