Four winners in a one-off charity auction that raised almost £375,000 for the BBC’s Children in Need received the tour pro treatment in an amazing day at the Titleist National Fitting Centre.

Four winners in a one-off charity auction that raised almost £375,000 for the BBC’s Children in Need received the tour pro treatment in an amazing day at the Titleist National Fitting Centre.

Steve Fessey, Simon Hassell, David Barral and Geoff Mortimer came out as the highest bidders for the BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show’s “Super Swing Package.”

The incredible prize included a full fitting session for Titleist golf balls and clubs, then a fitting for FootJoy golf shoes and apparel at FootJoy’s European Headquarters.

The winning bidders will have the chance to trial their equipment on the biggest stage when they participate in the BMW PGA Championship Pro-Am at Wentworth in May.

During the week each winner will visit the Radio 2 studios before playing a warm-up round at Sunningdale. They’ll receive luxury accommodation, hospitality and transfers to Wentworth. In the pro-am they’ll play golf with either Graeme McDowell or Luke Donald and the Breakfast Show’s Chris Evans or Vassos Alexander.

“I’ve always wanted to be a professional golfer, so what greater opportunity than this,” said winner David Barral. “To donate to an incredible cause and have the chance to be fitted by the team at Titleist and FootJoy today ahead of playing with one of the best players in the world at the BMW PGA Championship… I can’t wait for Wentworth.”

The BBC Super Swing Package Auction raised £374,008 for Children in Need.

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