We are thrilled to announce our This Girl Golfs schedule for 2018, featuring six brilliant venues, fantastic courses and first-class lifestyle experiences
Since we launched the This Girl Golfs campaign in 2015, we’ve seen it inspire ladies from all walks of life to get involved and give golf a go.
After the amazing success of our ladies’ open events at Golf at Goodwood, Mottram Hall and The Belfry in 2017, we are extremely excited to announce our line up of venues for this year’s This Girl Golfs campaign.
We’ve designed the perfect ladies’ event by teaming up with some of the biggest female brands in and out of the game. This unique day offers the ultimate golf and lifestyle experience.
With six events spread throughout the country, see our list below to find your nearest venue.
Mottram Hall, the Championship course – 1st May
Located in beautiful Cheshire parkland, the Championship course is split into two loops of nine holes. The first winds its way through rolling meadowland, while the second passes through lush woodland and offers a trickier set of challenges. Host to the 2013 European Seniors’ Championship, the clubhouse has just enjoyed a £1.5 million refurbishment. Find out more at qhotels.co.uk
Royal Mid-Surrey Golf Club, the Pam Barton course – 15th May
To play at Royal Mid-Surrey Golf Club is to walk in the footsteps of royalty, Ryder Cup & Walker Cup stars, great professionals and outstanding amateurs from all walks of golfing history. The Pam Barton course is a challenging round, with dexterously designed holes to defy even the best players’ course management skills. Set in the beautiful surrounds of Old Deer Park, it is home to The Mothers & Daughters Open Competition.
The Vale Resort, the Wales National course – 26th June
Set within 650 acres of beautiful Welsh countryside, the Vale Resort is home to a four-star hotel, world-class facilities, an impressive health club and also Wales’
rlargest spa. The award winning Wales National course mixes up mature woodland, fearsome bunkers, tricky water features and USGA standard greens to make for a challenging round of golf.
Ramside Hall, the Prince Bishops’ course – 3rd July
Offering the perfect blend of traditional features, luxury accommodation and first-class service, Ramside Hall is hall is the ideal setting for a break in County Durham. The Prince Bishops’ course has wide and generous fairways and with a conservative option available on every hole, every standard of golfer can enjoy Ramside’s challenge.
Dalmahoy Hotel & Country Club, the East course – 10th September
Dalmahoy Hotel & Country Club boasts an impressive location in 1,000 acres of parkland. The East Course was designed by James Braid to Championship standards and has previously hosted the Solheim Cup, the Scottish PGA and the Scottish Seniors Open.
Formby Hall, the Old course – 18th September
Located on the North-West coast, Formby Hall offers an unrivalled treat for anyone who is in need of tranquility, comfort, great food and wine. The tightly mown turf of the Old course provides a consistent playing surface all year round, draining well in the winter months. Links style pot bunkers, wooded areas and water hazards provide definition and character to a course that has hosted the European Seniors, Challenge Tour and Euro-Pro Tour.