Nov 29th, 2016
Competition to find best amateur golf hole
You can vote for your favourite from their Top 10
Words: James Greenwood
Ten of Britain’s most picturesque and challenging amateur golf holes have been shortlisted to be crowned the UK’s best, as online voting now begins for golfers to choose their favourite.
The winning club will earn the title of The UK’s Greatest Amateur Hole in the grass roots campaign organised by BusinessInsuranceFor.com, which provides business insurance services for golf and other sports clubs.
The campaign aims to shine the spotlight on lesser–known golf clubs across the UK. The winning club will also receive a commemorative plaque, while the golfer who nominated the hole will win a Scotty Cameron putter worth up to the value of £280.
BusinessInsuranceFor.com will also donate £500 on behalf of the winning golf club to The Golf Foundation charity.
Now you can vote for your favourite golf hole by voting online at https://www.businessinsurancefor.com/grass-roots-golf-award
Voting closes at 12pm Thursday 1st December and you can choose from the following Top 10 finalists: Brickendon Grange Golf Club, Hertford (17th) Easingwold Golf Club, York (18th) Murrayfield Golf Club, Edinburgh (10th) The Bruntsfield Links, Edinburgh (16th) Robin Hood Golf Club, Solihull (16th) Toft Country House Hotel and Golf Club, Toft in Lincolnshire (18th) Langley Park Golf Club, London (10th) Rusper Golf Course, Dorking in Surrey (14th) Merchants of Edinburgh Golf Club, Edinburgh (13th) Epping Golf Course, Epping in Essex (12th)
The winning entry will be based on the highest number of public votes, coupled with the decision of an expert independent judging panel, comprising; Brendon Pyle, Chief Executive of The Golf Foundation, Michael Coffey, Publisher at The Golf Club Secretary, and Traviss Willcox of Golf Today.