- BEST WESTERN HOTELS ANNOUNCES DATES FOR SENIOR AMATEUR MASTERS GOLF TOURNAMENT
Following the phenomenal success of the previous three years, Best Western Hotels – the largest group of independently owned hotels in Great Britain – has announced the dates of its fourth Best Western Senior Amateur Masters golf tournament. The high profile golf tournament will run throughout the summer at a selection of Best Western’s hotels throughout Great Britain - all with on-site golf facilities.
- Fabulous Form from Browning
Over the weekend three of our Country Seniors and Juniors were involved in major golf events, notably the Brabazon (the English Strokeplay Championship) and the Beau Desert Stag. It was Rob Browning, Boys Trials Champion, who came home with the Silverwear.
- Golf Classic and Tour Events in Ireland this Summer
Do you fancy testing your handicap against other golfers from Ireland and across Europe? If so, then have a browse of this list of Golf Classic and Tour Eevents across Ireland this Spring and Summer. You'll have the chance to play some club an championship courses, all in tournament conditions. If you win, don't forget to bring back your cards with the trophies.
- Hit the Green for Macmillan
Justin Rose want golfers to hit the green for Macmillan. Do you want to practise your swing or perfect your putt? Golfers across the UK will have the perfect opportunity to improve their golf technique - and make a difference to the lives of people living with cancer - throughout this summer by taking part in Macmillan Cancer relief's Longest Day Challenge.
- Entering the Boy Trials and The Schools
Printable entry forms for the 2004 Boys Trials are available below. You can also find entry forms for the 2004 Schools on this web site AND if you click on Comeptitions you can enter on-line - full details are below as well
- GSA Numbers - New for 2004
We have introduced a new system for 2004 - GSA numbers. GSA means Golf SportsSites Access and any player who is a member of a Warwickshire Union Golf Club can apply for one. Your GSA number can be used to enter competitions such as the Junior Order of Merit for 2004 (if you are a Junior), enter on-line for competitions, and to keep a profile for your play - at first it will be most useful for Juniors and the lower handicap golfers but it will become valuable for any golfer over a short period of time. It can also be used to report scores from Open competitions.