The Omega Mini Masters returns to Dukes Meadows in Chiswick on Friday 16 July with another fantastic celebrity line-up expected in aid of the charity, Leuka.

Now in its third year, the charity golf event hosted by Dougray Scott, has attracted a host of celebrities including Hugh Grant, Rob Brydon and Johnny Vaughan.

“This is easily the most ridiculous golf tournament I’ve ever played in”, said Vaughan. “Whoever thought of the Mini Masters format is a genius.”

Despite the celebrity pro-am producing plenty of laughs in the past, there is a competitive element with some talented golfers present. Eighteen teams of three guests and a celebrity captain battle it out over two loops of nine holes, with the best two scores counting on each hole.

Leuka patron, Scott, has previously welcomed celebrity captains Vernon Kay, Gabby Logan, Les Ferdinand, Jodie Kidd and Ronan Keating.

The golf tournament is followed by a gourmet barbeque then live comedy and music in the clubhouse.

All proceeds from the Omega Mini Masters go to Leuka, a registered charity based at London’s Hammersmith Hospital.

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