Centred around the cities of Leeds and York, the Yourkshire Classic Golf Championship takes place on some of the great courses in England's county of Yorkshire and includes Fulford Golf Club, Alwoodley Golf Club and Moortown Golf Club.
These three courses provide a few days of golf with like minded golfers looking to try their hand at winning a prize.
Situated in a heathland and woodland setting just one mile from the centre of the historic city of York, Fulford Golf Club remains one of the best inland golf courses in Britain. Twenty three consecutive European Tour events in the 1970’s, 80’s and 90’s firmly put Fulford on the global golfing map.
Alwoodley is also recognised as one of Britain’s finest inland courses and was designed by Dr. 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 also 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. It is well-known around the World as the host
of the first Ryder Cup match on British soil, in 1929.
The entry fee for this tournament offers great value for money and attracts teams from all over the UK, Ireland and internationally. The tournament
is a singles stableford and a pairs betterball event. The lowest aggregate score for the week will take the main prize, however there are daily
The appeal of the area lies not only in the quality golf product, but in the value & quality of the complete package – Located around Leeds
and York, Golfers will have plenty of accessibility for accommodation, restaurants and nightlife away from the courses.
This tournament can be played by both Gentlemen and Lady Golfers. Entry for this event must be completed by Friday 7th April 2017.
Yorkshire Classic Golf Championship Package:
*** Flights are not included and arrival/departure times are to be confirmed ***
* Package can be adapted to suit the client's specific requirements