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Jan 23rd, 2023

The Manor House Gears up to host Clutch Pro Tour

Wiltshire venue will play host to Europe’s leading development tour

The Manor House Golf Club will be the destination for some of golf’s rising stars this summer when the celebrated Wiltshire venue will play host to Europe’s leading development tour for the first time.

The club’s acclaimed par-72 parkland course – set within 365 acres of picturesque rolling countryside on the southern edge of the Cotswolds – will welcome the 2023 Mizuno Next Gen Series, presented by Clutch Pro Tour in June for three days of scintillating action.
The official feeder tour to the European Challenge Tour, the Clutch Pro Tour Tier One event, will visit the Castle Combe venue for the first time from 5th to 7th June 5-7. On June 5, The Manor House will host a pro-am where amateurs play alongside a Clutch Tour player in tournament conditions before the professionals take centre stage to compete over 36 holes the following two days.
Former European Ryder Cup stars Andy Sullivan and David Howell are among the high-profile players to have previously played on the Clutch Tour, and The Manor House joins current DP World Tour venue Galgorm Castle and former venues St. Mellion and Moor Park on the schedule.

A course which offers golf on another level, with 365 acres of breathtaking rolling countryside as its backdrop, The Manor House’s beautifully manicured fairways are lined with mature oak and beech trees and will provide a tough challenge for the next generation of golfers as they compete in the sixth Tier One event of the season for a prize fund of at least £60,000.
The event will arrive at the Wiltshire course – built on a limestone base that provides natural drainage for excellent conditions all year round – following a year of investment. A major sustainable bunker renovation project is underway as BunkerMat technology is introduced on most of its 80 bunkers to improve sand retention on the steep slopes.

The Manor House’s greenkeeping team also recently completed a project to help prevent erosion on the bank of the greenside lake of the second hole, and the club has purchased a new Gambetti sprayer for turf care purposes.
Golf club manager, Andy Ryan, said: “We are delighted to be hosting the Mizuno Next Gen Series, presented by Clutch Pro Tour in June and are looking forward to welcoming everyone for what promises to be a great few days of golf.
“After recent course investment, and with further improvements set to take place ahead of the event, including the completion of bunker work, the course will be in an excellent condition and will provide a real test for the game’s next stars.”
The club is now taking bookings for golf breaks through the winter. Packages start from £140 per person and include bed and breakfast in a standard room, a £35 per person allocation to use towards dinner, use of the driving range and 18 or 36 holes of golf.
A range of attractive fourball packages is also available from now until the end of March. Starting from £57.50 per person, visitors can enjoy a bacon roll and hot drink upon arrival before playing 18 holes of golf with a buggy.
For more information on The Manor House, please visit The Manor House.
For more information on the Clutch Pro Tour, please visit Clutch Pro Tour.

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