Arthur’s Motor Group are extremely proud and delighted to be sponsoring a valued member of our team, Frankie Jones.
Disabled golf groups from around the world are invited annually, to bring together teams to compete in The Phoenix Cup. Promoting the sport for players of any age, with any type of disability. The Phoenix Cup is still the only pan-Disability match play team golf event, in the world.
The tournament will represent 28th edition of the competition which is the world’s first fully inclusive team international and is based firmly on the Ryder/Solheim Cup.
Frankie, is a car salesmen at our Newtown branch, he’s knowledgeable, always has a welcoming smile, brilliant with our customers, offering all our customers the very best deals and has quite a passion for sports.
Frankie, plays golf in Welshpool, regularly in the summer league and also in club competitions on his weekends off. Currently playing with a handicap of 8.8 at Welshpool Golf Club where he has been an active member since being a junior. He’s made the team, having played in the Welsh disabled golf championship in the Vale and being selected by the Welsh Captain.
When he told us he was representing Wales in the Phoenix 4 Nations 2022 at the Forest of Arden course in Birmingham, later this month, and was looking for varying types of sponsorship, we didn’t hesitate to assist. With the fast turnaround from Macron in Wrexham, for Frankie’s kit, we have been able to provide him with exactly what he wanted.
*Nigel Williams, Arthurs Managing Director ‘We are absolutely delighted to have sponsored Frankie with his new golf kit, and we know that with his passion and dedication he and his team will do really well’
Chris Venables, General Sales Manager of Newtown ‘All, of us at Arthurs Motor Group would like to wish Frankie, the very best of luck and enjoy yourself out there’
The inaugural Phoenix Cup was held when golfers from Canada and Scotland got together to arrange a multi-nation and friendly match play competition at the Chippewa Creek Golf Club in Ontario with Wales, Ireland, England, South Africa, Germany, Australia and France also competing in the past.