Full 2020 Tour Calendar
West Lancs Golf Club – 26th February 2020
Founded in 1873 West Lancs Golf Club is one of the ten oldest golf clubs in England. It’s one of the most natural but testing links course in the British Isles. Famous Golf architect Donald Steel wrote “Only in Britain can one savour the true flavour of seaside golf, of which West Lancashire is a perfect example”
GBT “A stunning course truly not to be missed, one of our absolute favourites!”
Sandiway Golf Club – 24th March 2020
Sandiway Golf Club is set in a mixed health and woodland surroundings, it is blessed with wonderful natural drainage due to its sandy substrate. It was originally designed by Ted Ray, the first Ryder Cup Captain in 1925. Harry Colt was commissioned to further the development and more recently with stunning results.
GBT “The Chairmans pick, the Wentworth of the North”!”
Hesketh Golf Club – 30th April 2020
The oldest golf club in Southport, standing alone on the crest of a tall sandhill, the clubhouse dominates the golf course and surrounding district. Established in 1885, the course is predominantly links in nature and Championship golf has been played at Hesketh from the early days.
GBT ” The toughest final three holes on the tour this year”
Huddersfield Golf Club – 21st May 2020
The good taste of the 18th century and the wealth of the industrial 19th century combine to reflect the splendour of Fixby Hall making it one of the best appointed clubhouses in the country and is home to the Yorkshire Union of Golf Clubs.
GBT ” A true test of your golfing stamina”
Beau Desert Golf Club – 17th June 2020
Hidden among the towering canopy of Staffordshire’s Cannock forest, The beauty of Beau Desert is hard to describe. The occasional passing Stag as a critic of your ability to master the rolling fairways and testing greens. You will enjoy both the sense of isolation and peacefulness here allowing you to focus on your game.
GBT ” We played Beau Desert last year and it is firmly in our top three courses in the UK, absolute awesome golf course”
Cardin Park Golf Club – 15th July 2020
The Cheshire course has beautiful views across the Carden Park estate and the Welsh hills beyond, with bunkers designed to flow with the natural contours of the landscape it really is a true test of golf. The final 5 holes are beautifully designed and will be tough finish for all levels of golfers.
GBT “Par 3 9th is one of the toughest we have ever played, don’t feel afraid to hit driver if the wind is up”
Mottram Hall Golf Club – 12th August 2020
Set in 270 acres of Cheshire’s finest parkland, the tricky, well-guarded greens are broken up into two contrasting circuits of nine. The front nine, with its impressive back-drop of the 18th century hall, gently rolls over meadowland, The back nine winds through rich woodland and is a much more demanding test of golf.
GBT “Following a survey from the members and it being recognised as having the best back nine in Cheshire it was time to have it on the schedule”
Bramhall Park Golf Club – 2nd September 2020
Bramhall Park golf club is one of Cheshire’s most delightful parkland course situated just outside the village of Bramhall. The course is compact with some very different and interesting holes, you could say it’s a thinking man golf course with super quick greens.
GBT “The trickiest opening hole we have ever played on our tour”
Prestbury Golf Club – 8th October 2020
This par 71 parkland course has been used as a Regional Open Qualifier. Prestbury Golf Club is laid out over undulating terrain with fantastic views over the Cheshire countryside.
Ranked 74th in National Club Golfer magazine’s 2018 list of England’s Top 100 Courses, the nature of the site coupled with the sandy subsoil means that the course drains exceptionally well and, unlike many others in the area, hardly ever closes due to heavy rainfall.
GBT “A gem of a course and was the last event of 2019, the feedback was fantastic from the members and guests”
Northern Powerhouse Golf Championship – TBC September 2020
The Northern Power House Golf Championship is a new event by the GBT tour team. We wanted to bring all the chambers and business involved in the Northern Power House to come together for the inaugural pairs competition to be held at the Marriott Worsley Park in 2020. Further details coming soon!
GBT 2020 Grand Final – To Be Announced February 2020
Who is going to be the Champion 2020? Following Ollie Danby 2019 GBT Champion. The GBT 2020 final will be announced in February at the first event at West Lancs 26th February 2020, book now, secure your place and to qualify for the final you must have played in four events.