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Great Golf Championship - 30th June & 1st July (Horsley Lodge/Breadsall Priory)

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Dates

📅 Thursday 30th June 2022 & Friday 1st July 2022.

Venues

⛳ Thursday - Horsley Lodge Golf Club.

⛳ Friday - Breadsall Priory Marriott Hotel & Country Club. (Priory Course)

Format

Individual Stableford 2 day event played off 95% handicap

Open to Male, Female & Junior participants.

Cost

£100 per player - Add multiples to the cart for more players.

Includes

Includes 36 holes of 🏌️ over 2 days - Bacon roll 🥓🥯, tea/coffee ☕ on arrival on both days

Prizes for 🥇🥈🥉 placed players

Raffle 🎟️ for a premium golf product

 

Horsley Lodge - Welcome to one of the best rounds of golf in the East Midlands. Horsley Lodge is a course that true golf-lovers keep coming back to.

Located in Derby's popular golf triangle, travel 1 mile further than its local peers, to find Horsley Lodge and a true test of golf. Eighteen cleverly designed holes, most of them featuring water of some kind and stunning views.
The tree-lined fairways meander around some 180 acres of this wonderfully undulating, Derbyshire estate, with not a house or road in sight.

THE DESIGNER
World Champion Peter McEvoy designed here a really interesting layout, he also designed Fota Island & Powerscourt in Ireland and Horsley was built by the same team who constructed Loch Lomond and Valderrama. It is currently the highest ranked and highest rated course in Derbyshire and East Midlands.

Breadsall Priory (Priory Course) - Priory course at Breadsall is well worth playing, tight in places, tricky with plenty of marker posts along the way. A real challenge. Sloping fairways, elevated tees and changes, it’s got a bit of everything.

The condition was of a really high standard, greens and fairways were solid. Due to location plays all year round as well. It has a real golf club feel to it as opposed to a resort. I would without doubt play The Priory again, armed with a bit more local knowledge, if only to play the stunning back nine.