The Competition – 2017
The Yorkshire Classic Golf Championship is a must-do golfing experience for any amateur golfer. It is a 54 hole individual Stableford or a pairs Betterball competition using full handicap allowance of 3 rounds played over 3 of Yorkshire’s finest courses.
The first round is on 2nd May at the delightful Fulford Golf Club, situated only a mile out of the centre of York.
Day 2 on 3rd May takes players to Alwoodley Golf Club, Leeds, designed by famous golf course designer, Alistar McKenzie.
Finally the third round on 4th May is played out at Moortown Golf Course, Leeds, another McKenzie design but also the home of The Ryder Cup in 1929.
Tee times for both day 1 and 2 will be allocated a week prior to competition starts. Day 3 players will be playing in score order – leaders being the last out!
Three stunning courses for any competitive amateur golfer to take pride in having competed at.
Prizes wI’ll be awarded o the top 2 places in both formats
Alwoodley is recognised as one of Britain’s finest inland courses. It was designed by Alister MacKenzie, the famous golf course architect. He left a legacy of classic golf courses – Alwoodley was the first.
Founded in 1909, Moortown was designed by the World famous golf course architect Dr Alister MacKenzie, who also designed Augusta National, Cypress Point, Royal Melbourne and many other championship courses throughout the world.
Open to men and woman
54 hole individual Stableford competition
54 hole pairs Betterball competition
3 rounds over 3 days on 3 of Yorkshires best golf courses:
2nd, 3rd & 4th May 2017
Final round played at Moortown Golf Club, home of the 1929 Ryder Cup venue
Open to male and female golfers aged 16+ with an active CONGU handicap
£235 individual entry
£470 pairs entry