Lawrence Batley Intl.
Played as the Lawrence Batley International Championship (Aug 20-23). Second-placed Carl Mason (Eng) finished 3 shots behind O'Meara (USA), who recorded the first of his four European Tour wins. [Royal Birkdale GC, Southport, Merseyside].
Played as the Lawrence Batley International TPC (Sept 18-21; incorporating the European Tour's 1986 TPC of Europe). Second-placed Ken Brown (Scot) and José María Cañizares (Esp) finished 7 shots behind Woosnam (Wales). [Brabazon course, The Belfry, Wishaw, nr Birmingham].
Played as the Lawrence Batley International Classic (July 10-13). Second-placed Rick Hartmann (USA) finished 2 shots behind Marsh (Aus). [Brabazon course, The Belfry, Wishaw, nr Birmingham].
Played as the Lawrence Batley International Classic (July 11-14). Second-placed José María Cañizares (Esp) finished 1 shot behind Rivero (Esp), who recorded the first of his four European Tour wins. [Brabazon course, The Belfry, Wishaw, nr Birmingham].
Played as the Lawrence Batley International (July 21-24). Second-placed Warren Humphreys (Eng) finished 4 shots behind Faldo (Eng). [Bingley St Ives GC, Bingley, W Yorks].
Played as the Lawrence Batley International (July 22-25). Second-placed Manuel Piñero (Esp) finished 2 shots behind defending champion Lyle (Scot). [Bingley St Ives GC, Bingley, W Yorks].
Played as the inaugural Lawrence Batley International (June 4-7). Second-placed Nick Faldo (Eng) finished 2 shots behind Lyle (Scot) ... the only two players to finish the tournament under par. [Bingley St Ives GC, Bingley, W Yorks].
2021 Opens: whether by accident or design, four of the top five mens’ Open Championships played in the British Isles occupy consecutive weeks in July: the Irish Open (1-4), Scottish Open (8-11), The Open (15-18) and Wales Open (22-25). The recently relaunched English Open is scheduled for early-August.
Hoag Classic: Ernie Els defends his title in this prestigious PGA Tour Champions event, played since 1991 at the Newport Beach Country Club, CA (Mar 5-7).
Traigh Golf Course (pronounced "try", and meaning "beach" in Gaelic): You'll find this nine-hole seaside gem on the scenic coast road (as opposed to the more inland and quicker A830) between Arisaig and Morar. Although not on the well-beaten path of Scotland's "trophy" courses, if you are passing through this area, it's a must play.
Cullen Links Golf Club: "immensely scenic", "quirky as golf can get", "short!", "hugely enjoyable" ... Cullen Links attracts as wide a variety of comments as it lays down golfing challenges. Shoehorned into this 4,600 yard treasure trove are ten par-3s, seven par-4s and a good-length par-5. Here you'll find all the seaside scenery a golfer could ask for, and a lot more besides. Read More...
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