After an absence of 18 years, Bramshaw Golf Club is delighted to announce its men’s individual competition, the Bramshaw Open, is returning this year to be held on Wednesday 5 July.
Playing on the excellent fairways and manicured greens of the Club’s 18-hole Manor Course, this 6,400 yard track features a significant number of tight, tree-lined holes – a challenge for all handicap levels.
Bramshaw Golf Club is a family-owned golf club and home to two, diverse 18-hole courses, one of which is the oldest in Hampshire. Golf Mark accredited and a designated Golf Roots Centre, it also runs a thriving juniors section, supporting initiatives to help golf in the community and firmly establishing Bramshaw as a family-friendly club.
Speaking of its return, Stuart James, General Manager, Bramshaw Golf Club said “Since joining the club three years’ ago, it has always been my intention to reinstate the Bramshaw Open. Over the years, with the ongoing course improvements made, the Manor Course has changed considerably - the development of which we are very proud. 2017 therefore felt the right year to put the competition back onto Bramshaw’s calendar.”
Prizes on the day include:
£150 – first prize on 18-hole scratch
£100 – first prize on 18-hole medal handicap
Entry costs just £40 per person and includes a bacon roll brunch and rolling buffet. With a field limited to the first 120 players, the Club is expecting much interest and urges golfers to enter as soon as possible.
Golfers can enter by visiting www.bramshaw.co.uk/bgc_opens to complete an application form or call the Club Office on 02380 813433.