Open Competitions 2021

Longcliffe Golf Club will host the following Open Competitions in 2021:

Friday, 23rd April, 2021: Spring Open - 4 ball AmAm stableford (Shotgun start 12 noon)
Sunday, 30th May, 2021: Mixed Open (Lines McGahan) - 4BBB Pairs stableford
Friday, 11th June, 2021: Ladies Open - 4 ball AmAm stableford
Friday, 18th June, 2021: Men's Open - 4 ball AmAm stableford
Monday, 9th August, 2021 - Senior Men's Open - 4 ball AmAm stableford (Competition FULL)
Thursday, 14th October, 2021 - Ladies Autumn Open - 4 ball AmAm stableford (Shotgun start 10 am)

Please see the individual entry forms below for maximum stroke allowances.

All entries include a one course meal afterwards.
NOTE: The Spring Open (12 noon), and Ladies Autumn Open (10am) are shotgun starts. When booking online, please choose any time slot and you will be allocated a tee for the SHOTGUN start.
Please book ONLINE (from 1st January, 2021) at https://www.howdidido.com/Directory/OpenCompetitions/131 Members are requested not to book a tee time prior to 1st February to allow visitors first choice of tee times.

Open Competitions 2021

DateOpenFormatEntry FeeEntry Form
Friday, 23 AprilSpring OpenAmAm£30.00 / playerPrint
Sunday, 30 MayMixed Open (Lines McGahan)Pairs Betterball£30.00 / playerPrint
Friday, 11 JuneLadies OpenAmAm£30.00 / playerPrint
Friday, 18 JuneMen's OpenAmAm£30.00 / playerPrint
Monday, 9 AugustSeniors Open (Competition FULL)AmAm£30.00 / playerPrint
Thursday, 14 OctoberLadies Autumn OpenAmAm£30.00 / playerPrint
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