“I can do better next May” – Tennis Sports

Tournament organizer Danny Willett has selected Prostate Cancer UK as the official charity for the 2022 Betfred British Masters. It will return to Belfry from May 5th to 8th. The winner of the 2016 Masters Tournament is a long-term supporter of Prostate Cancer UK and fellow York Sherman John Brownless who raised money for a charity after being diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2004. After hearing about his exciting work, he started supporting charities.

Willett’s support for charity at this year’s Betfred British Masters will raise £ 25,000 for Prostate Cancer UK, including a £ 19,000 donation from title sponsor Betfred after a performance at four Ryder Cup host venues. Was useful. Made on the famous Bra Bazon Course.

Danny Willett, Statement

Danny Willett said:

I am very pleased to have raised £ 19,000 for such a wonderful purpose. We would also like to thank Betfred for supporting this year’s tournament and charity. I hope we can do even better next May.

We want to raise awareness about prostate cancer, so we’ll be proud to wear the Man of Men badge again during the 2022 DP World Tour season. This is the most common cancer in men and affects 1 in 8 of us, making research on prostate cancer in the UK even more important. “

Betfred again promises £ 1,000 for Willett’s birdies and £ 2,000 for Eagles at next year’s tournament, and donates £ 50,000 to the first hole-in-one by a professional on the 14th hole, the same hole as Sir Nick. To do. Faldo is famous for making an ace at the 1993 Ryder Cup.

In October of this year, Willett returned to the championship with a victory at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship on his 34th birthday. Willett also finished third on the Pro-Am leaderboard and donated £ 6,600 from the contest to Prostate Cancer UK.

Fred Done, Betfred’s boss, said:

Nicola Tallett, Director of Financing and Supporter Engagement at Prostate Cancer UK, said:

We would also like to thank Danny for allowing us to host our second unprecedented event on the DP World Tour. This time, fans are back on the iconic bell fly course. “Danny’s support over the past few years has been great, not only has raised a great deal of awareness of prostate cancer, but thanks to his relationship with fellow Yorkshire man John Brownless, he has raised more than £ 32,000 this year alone. It was useful for.

The money will help fund life-saving research that will help defeat prostate cancer, the most common cancer in men. “Even though COVID denied supporters the opportunity to see the top talent on the DP World Tour, players, sponsors and broadcasters all stood by us and helped us brilliantly.

And eagle-eyed fans would have seen our giant male man out on the course. Expect the same in May. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men and affects 1 in 8 people. Men over the age of 50, black men, and men with a family history of the disease are at increased risk. Visit to find out more and see the risk in 30 seconds.

– Tennis Sports

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