Leading professional snooker coach Andrew Highfield will be among those supporting the WDBS Open Disability Snooker Championship 2017 in Wolverhampton this September.
Highfield, a renowned WPBSA World Snooker coach who has coached players at all levels for nearly 20 years, has pledged £250 to the overall prize fund at the event which will be held at his home club, the Golden Cue in Bilston.
The event will be open to players from Groups 1-5, including both ambulant and wheelchair players with physical disabilities and marks the third staging of the tournament since in inaugural WDBS competition in Gloucester in November 2015.
Andrew Highfield said: “I am really pleased to be supporting the WDBS and looking forward to helping with the coaching on the Friday of the tournament at the Golden Cue in September. The WDBS are doing a great job and everyone at our club is really looking forward to welcoming everyone for a great event”
Learn more about Andrew by checking out his profile page at WPBSA.com
Further information, including the full entry pack will be released in due course. Prize money will once again be available at the event, subject to sponsorship.