Open Week at Prince's Golf Club

Open Week at Prince's Golf Club

Posted on December 16, 2015

Home to the 1932 Open Championship (won by the legendary Gene Sarazen), Prince's Golf Club continues to offer golfers an authentic championship links tournament experience throughout its famous Amateur Open Week. Held at the beginning of August each year, players from across the UK descend on Sandwich in Kent to take on the fabled English links course. More than 400 players competed in this year's edition, which included five days of tournament golf, ranging from individual stroke play, Stableford competitions, and pairs events in a variety of formats. The pinnacle of the week was Wednesday's Men's Medal, claimed by John Logan from Colchester Golf Club, Essex, England. A new score of 3-under-69, complied over the championship Shore and Dunes layout, was enough to take home the title. Logan was closely followed by a Price's native, Jordan Loft, who recorded a lowest gross score of the day, 73, playing off a handicap of 1. With accommodations available on-site at The Lodge at Prince's, players were able to relax in the seaside setting and enjoy the evening parties, sampling of the club's revered 2 AA rosette dining options. The famous Open Week at Prince's forms part of an extensive list of open competitions available for golfers at the club, providing a unique chance for visiting golfers to play the links course in its tournament setup.

>> For more information on Open competitions at Prince's Golf Club, head to its new-look website

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