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england

14 Sep to 1 Oct 2024
16 tour members, 12 rounds
Monty's tour update

Details below but watch this space for updates...places are starting to go.

Cost: GBP 11,675 pp Double or Twin Share GBP 13,375 pp single room.

 

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to call me on 021 460 767 or email me on  montee@moynihangolf.co.nz 

 

If  you do not wish to participate just let me know.

Regards Monty

tour details
17 nights starting 14 Sep 2024 in London, England and ends 1 Oct 2024 in Manchester, England.

12 rounds of golf including the best of English golf courses.

16 Tour group members

See brochure for more details
What's included
  • 17 nights accommodation in hotels listed, double or single with room category, full English breakfast and dining as detailed in the schedule.

  • Welcome & Farewell dinners.

  • 11 Green fees for rounds of golf as listed in schedule - Breakfast and lunch are included at Royal St Georges. Pull carts & range balls.

  • Daily prizes.

  • Ground transportation throughout as detailed.

  • Travel pack with useful information on areas visited in your tour.

  • Coach drivers gratuity.

Exclusions
  • International Air fares.

  • Personal Tips and Gratuities.

  • Meals except as specified in the Inclusions.

  • Beverages, room service.

  • Items of a personal nature such as telephone calls, laundry,

  • Air travel security and insurance levies.

  • Travel and medical insurance.

  • Any additional taxes that may be in place at the time of the Tour.

details
the courses
 Royal Cinque Ports

Royal Cinque Ports or Deal, as it is more commonly known. Lying along a continuous dune in a narrow strip of land between the English Channel and farm grazing land, this course runs out along the seashore and returns inland on a parallel strip to its starting point in a traditional links layout. Deal has hosted the Open Championship in 1909 and 1920 and was to have done again in 1949 until the sea flooded the course. Please note this course has reciprocal playing rights with Royal Auckland & Grange GC and as such you should arrange this round directly with the club.

Royal St George

The sixth oldest club in the world. This is a demanding test of links golf which runsalong the South Sea Shore. The inward nine runs through yellow whins and purpleheather and provides a unique contrast to the sand dunes which are dominant in theoutward holes. Host venue for the Open in 2021 won by Colin Morikawa.

Sunningdale, New

The New Course opened in 1923 and was designed by Harry Colt to meet the increasing demand for golf following the end of the First World War. Not so heavily bunkered or tree lined as the Old, but with more heather, longer carries, and tighter fairways gives exhilarating views across the wild landscape of Chobham Common.

 Swinley Forest GC

One of the finest examples of heathland golf with a very impressive array of par 3s. Designed by Harry Colt and opened in 1909, Swinley Forest places exact demands on the highest skilled golfer, yet remains enjoyable to those less skilled. An exclusive

St Georges Hill

Another course designed by the legendary Harry Colt and opened in 1913. Each hole, of which there are three loops of nine, is memorable and individual in character, lined with heather and elegant Scots pine, the fairways are undulating and follow the natural contours of the land. An enjoyable course in quiet surroundings.

New Zealand GC

Founded in 1895, New Zealand is a top class course located within the famous Surrey heath belt. Not long by today’s standards but it Royal Birkdale G.C. Royal Cinque Ports G.C. represents a stiff challenge where accuracy rather than distance is important from the tee. The course plays through avenues of birch trees with heather a plenty and a feeling of isolation. Firm greens and clever bunkering make for an old fashioned golf experience.

Sunningdale, Old

Opened in 1901, this delightful course was laid out by Willie Park Jnr. Virtually every hole is played in splendid isolation, and in harmony with nature. Arguably the most beloved exclusive inland courses in the British Isles.

Hillside GC

Situated next door to Royal Birkdale This has always been in the shadow of its illustrious neighbour but many noteworthy golf scribes say it is as good  and the back nine often gets named the best nine holes in England.

Royal Birkdale

A course that provides a formidable test of links golf and fully deserves its recognition as a true venue for the Open Championship. Each hole runs in valleys between towering sandhills. The problems are clearly stated, if you stray from the fairway the buckthorn and scrub can be demanding. Consistently ranked as

Royal Liverpool

Despite its somewhat flat and benign appearance, Royal Liverpool is among the toughest and most demanding of the great seaside championship links of Britain. Hoylake, as it is more commonly known, lies at the very heart of the history and development of golf in Britain. Built in 1869, on what was then the racecourse of the Liverpool Hunt Club, Hoylake is one of the oldest English seaside courses and regular host venue for The Open.

Formby GC

A beautiful links, lying within the sandhills and pinewoods of Formby. The club has a distinguished record of staging many major Amateur events including the British Amateur Championship on four occasions. In 2004, Formby hosted

Royal Lytham & St Annes

Arguably the toughest of England’s championship links courses. Unusual for a British links it does not sit beside the sea. It’s main defence is the vast numbers of deep bunkers guarding both the fairways as well as the greens. It enjoys a very special atmosphere. It was here in 1926 that Bobby Jones won the British Open Championship, his legendary shot to the 17th green is commemorated by a plaque.

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