Pros attending this weeks KLM Dutch Open were said to be frothing at the mouth with excitement at this year's hole in prize.

The tournament has, in recent years, gained a reputation for its fantastic prizes for an ace on the 15th hole. In 2014 Andy Sullivan won a trip to the Moon in his own one man space shuttle, while in 2013 a journey to the centre of the Earth in a massive drill like capsule went unclaimed after nobody managed an ace on the 163 yard par three.

This year, organizers have managed to cajole 105 year old Candy magnate Willy Wonky into bringing the winner on an unimaginable journey in his high powered elevator culminating in bursting through the glass roof of  his factory to gaze down at the spectacular views of Swindon, where his new production facility is located.

More as it emerges.



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