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Tee up for new national inter-club mixed team championships

An exciting new national inter-club mixed team golf knock-out competition in the UK is being launched for 2022.

The only event of its kind, entries have opened for the inaugural 2022 National Clubs Mixed Team Golf Knockout Championships.

Postponed from 2021, all previous entries will be carried over to 2022 with new entries added to make a bigger and better competition.

The competition will be open to all clubs in England, Scotland and Wales and will be played on a knockout basis between April and October with the final four clubs qualifying for the national finals in Portugal in November and the chance to be crowned national champions.

Teams will consist of five pairs of men and women with a maximum handicap index of 24 for men and 36 for women. Players with higher handicaps can be selected but must play off a maximum of 24 or 36 on the day.

Clubs can enter by emailing info@mixedgolfevents.com or use the contact form on this website. 

 

 

An exciting new mixed team knock-out competition for golf clubs in the UK is being launched for 2022.

The only event of its kind, entries have opened for the inaugural 2022 National Clubs Mixed Team Golf Knockout Championships.

Postponed from 2021, all previous entries will be carried over to 2022 with new entries added to make a bigger and better competition.

The competition will be open to all clubs in England, Scotland and Wales and will be played on a knockout basis between April and October with the final four clubs qualifying for the national finals in Portugal in November and the chance to be crowned national champions.

Teams will consist of five pairs of men and women with a maximum handicap of 24 for men and 36 for women. Players with higher handicaps can be selected but must play off 24 or 36.

Clubs can enter by emailing info@mixedgolfevents.com or use the contact form on this website. 

Clubs that have entered so far include:

Bakewell GC (Derbyshire)

Barnard Castle GC (Durham)

Barnard Broom GC (Norfolk)

Barton on Sea GC (Hampshire) x2

Bedfordshire GC (Bedfordshire) x2

Beedles Lake Golf Club (Leicestershire)

Burley GC (Hampshire)

Camberley Heath GC (Surrey)

Castle Douglas GC (Dumfries)

Chilwell Manor GC (Nottinghamshire)

City of Newcastle GC (Northumberland) x2

Dean Wood GC (Lancashire)

Derby GC (Derbyshire)

Enfield GC (Middlesex)

Erewash Valley Golf Club (Derbyshire) x2

Farleigh GC (Surrey)

Grims Dyke GC (Middlesex)

Ingestre Park GC (Staffordshire) x2

Kinross GC (Lothians)

Knighton Heath GC (Dorset)

Langholm GC (Dumfries)

Leigh GC (Cheshire)

Leominster GC (Herefordshire)

Leyland GC (Lancashire)

Links GC (Suffolk)

Llanymynech GC (Shropshire)

Longcliffe GC (Leicestershire)

Longridge GC (Lancashire)

Mid Herts GC (Hertfordshire)

Milford Haven GC (Pembrokeshire)

Mond Valley GC (Swansea) x2

Newcastle-under-Lyme GC (Staffordshire) x2

Newmacher GC (Aberdeenshire)

Northamptonshire County GC (Northamptonshire) x2

Porters Park GC (Hertfordshire)

Rayleigh GC (Essex)

Rochdale GC (Lancashire)

Romsey GC (Hampshire)

Scarborough South Cliff GC (North Yorkshire)

Skelmorlie GC (North Ayrshire)

Stocksfield GC (Northumberland)

Strathmore GC (Perthshire)

Swansea Bay GC (Swansea)

Vale Royal Abbey GC (Cheshire)

Walmley GC (Birmingham) x2

Welwyn Garden City GC (Hertfordshire)

West Essex GC (Essex)

Westhoughton GC (Lancashire)

Wetherby GC (West Yorkshire)

Whitby GC (North Yorkshire)

Wigan GC (Lancashire)

Wilton Golf Club (North Yorkshire)

Worcester GCC (Worcestershire)

York Golf Club (North Yorkshire)

 

 

 

"Mixed golf has increased in popularity in recent times and the competition aims to mirror the success of the national men’s and women’s team club competitions that have been running for many years."
Kath Tusler
Event Director

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