5 Upcoming Golf Tournaments in UK That You Should Not Miss

UK is big at golf.

You will find lots of golf courses around UK and golf tournaments are held regularly.

Amongst the many tournaments that golf-enthusiasts patronize is the Multi-Day Tournaments. These tournaments are usually played at multiple courses over a number of days and based around one specific region. These golf week events have been popularly growing and it’s phenomenal that many of them tend to fill up extremely quickly.

Below are the lists of Multi-Day Tournaments all over UK this 2018.

  1. Gateway to Wales Golf Festival (autumn)

Experience 3 ‘Hidden Gem’ Parkland Courses set in the North of Wales in this spectacular Autumn Festival.

Join one, two or even all three days of the tournament. Scores are aggregated from all three days and will lead you towards grabbing the ‘The Leader Gateway to Wales Golf Betterball Championship’. Individual daily prizes plus up to 3rd place prizes are up for grabs.

All ladies and gentlemen are welcome to play 4BBB Stableford.

Schedule:

· Fri 5th September 2018 – Day 1 – Padeswood & Buckley – £30 per pair
· Sat 6th September 2018 – Day 2 – Mold – £30 per pair
· Sun 7th September 2018 – Day 3 – Old Padeswood – £30 per pair

Pay £75 per pair to play all three.

The Courses:

Padeswood & Buckley Golf Club is located in Clywdian countryside with majestic views and water on eleven of the holes.

Mold Golf Club offers picturesque views of the Clwydian Hills, Peak District and Cheshire. This upland course is over a hundred years old.

Old Padeswood Golf Club situated in the border of Cheshire and North Wales in the county of Flintshire, lets you play overlooking the immaculate view of the Clwydian Mountain Range including Moel Famau with its jubilee tower perched at the summit.

  1. Wirral Golf Classic

The Wirral Golf Classic gives you an amazing opportunity to play Hoylake, the 2014 Open Championship course and three other fine links at a very reasonable prize of £285 (early bird fee of £275 up to 1st May) on 17-21 September 2018.

Experience their 3 great courses:

Royal Liverpool – this golf course has staged so many tournaments – the 1st Walker Cup, 1st Amateur Championship, 12 Open Championships and 1st International Golf Match. No wonder it’s been loved by many golfers all over the world.

Wallasey – known to be the home of the Stableford, this golf course offers fine links golf. Experience the Open Qualifying while overlooking the beautiful views across the Mersey to Liverpool. Junior Open Championship was held on Heswall, a few miles further along the coast from Hoylake.

Caldy – a former venue of the 2016 British Women’s Seniors Championship and Seniors’ Championship, this golf course offers views from its cliffs across the River Dee to Wales.

Aside from enjoying the Open Championship course and three other fine links, your entrance fee of £285 also includes 2 social events – the Welcome Reception at one of the Partner Hotels as well as the Prize-giving. This is indeed an excellent offer of great value.

  1. Links Golf Cup – Ayrshire

This 72 hole Stableford competition is now on its 4th year and will begin on 3rd September 2018 and will

be played over Gailes Links, Western Gailes, Dundonald Links and Kilmarnock Barassie.

Known as “The birthplace of The Open Championship”, this golf cup boasts 5 of the UK’s Top 100

Courses and 3 Open Venues. Any golfer should not miss out on this stretch of coastline.

This event is another addition in the excellent portfolio of Hybrid Golf, which also includes the 36 hole

Links Golf Salvers at Archerfield Links and in Lancashire, an East Lothian version, the Mixed Cup Pairs in

Southport and the 54 hole Links Cup Pairs in the Highlands.
Venue: Western Gailes, Gailes Links, Kilmarnock Barrasie & Dundonald Links
Date: Monday 3rd to Friday 7th September 2018
Format: 72 Hole Individual Stableford.
Entry-Fee: £325 per person.

 

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  1. Scottish Golf Pairs Challenge

Calling all ladies, gentlemen or mixed pairs, Scottish Golf Pairs Challenge will start on Monday 3rd to Friday 7th September 2018.

For a reasonable entry of £300 per pair, you get to enjoy a unique mix of five of the area’s finest parkland courses and heathland including 2014 Junior Ryder Cup course, Alyth, Blairgowrie Rosemount, Forfar, Strathmore and Kirreimuir.

Aside from having fun in the tournament, there is also a prize fund of £2,200 and scratch and handicap prizes, including senior and daily prizes

  1. Speyside Golf Festival

If you’re looking for golf and whisky, then Speyside is the right place to be.

For just an entry fee of £150, you get to experience the annual Speyside Golf Festival and the finest hospitality of Highland and its sublime golf courses.

Monday 3rd September – Boat of Garten Golf Club

Tuesday 4th September – Grantown on Spey Golf Club

Wednesday 5th September – Moray (Old) Golf Club

Thursday 6th September – Forres Golf Club

Friday 7th September – Elgin Golf Club

 

You will receive a miniature Benromach Single Malt Scotch Whisky and a complimentary Titleist ProV1 before teeing off. There is also a free buffet at the end of the final round.

Two exciting prizes will be given at each course for both ladies and gentlemen that are competing, with extensive products from Speyside and prize fund of golfing gifts and quality. The overall winner will receive a voucher for £150.00, Quaich to retain and a 70 cl bottle of Single Malt Scotch Whisky.

You won’t go empty handed if you finish 2nd, 3rd, 4th or 5th. Vouchers that range from £100.00 to £30 are also presented to the runner-ups.

You would only spend around £30 per round when you play at their splendid courses so you get to experience a golf week at an exceptional value.

Participating in golf tournaments is not only about grabbing the major prize. It’s about having fun and creating great relationship while playing. It’s a great opportunity to hone your golf skills and socialize with each other.