Sunday 1st May is our Ryder Cup event at the home of the 2014 Ryder Cup and 2019 Soheim Cup. We will host a fantastic event on the Wee Course, can team Europe redeem themselves and lift the trophy this year?!
After a great 2021 season. We have gone out of our way to organise some of the best venues in the country to run our events on. We will be keeping all of the most popular events from 2021 and adding in a few new ones such as our par 3 championship. We are also introducing a gross scoring category to all of our 18 hole strokeplay events as a nod to all those who have worked hard to get their handicap down!
We have re-introduced the option to pay as you go for events that suit you while also offering the ability to join the full tour for the 2022 season. So no matter what age or ability you are you will always be made to feel welcome at any of our events. Each event will now have 4 categories (except for the Ryder Cup event) these are, 18 hole strokeplay gross, 18 hole strokeplay nett, 9 hole stableford and our 36 shot flag format for those without a handicap. You may also be interested in our National Championships too which also covers our 4 different categories. There will be a final on Sunday 2nd October, the only way to reach the final is by qualifying, in order to qualify you must win an event, if the person that finishes in 1st place has already qualified then the person in second place will be offered the space and so on.
Check out the 2022 Venues and Dates
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Meet some of the players
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