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Mid Amateur Golf Tour Announces Schedule For 2015

3.34pm 6th January 2015 - Travel

Mid Amateur Golf Tour NEW LOGOThe Mid Amateur Golf Tour has announced the schedule for the 2015 season that starts with a 36 hole event at The Open qualifying venue at Littlestone in Kent and will be the first event on the Mid Amateur Golf Tour Order of Merit, which was won for the second year running by Stephen Creed of Maxstoke Park.

The schedule for 2015 includes 18, 36 & 54 hole events at Royal St Georges, Woodhall Spa, Sunningdale, Hankley Common, Liphook, Porters Park, Berkhamsted, Ashridge, Pleasington, Old Fold Manor, Littlestone, North Foreland, Prestatyn, Sheringham, Machynys Peninsula, The Dukes Course St Andrews, Vicars Cross and many more with the events at Machynys Peninsula and The Dukes Course St Andrews forming part of the R&A & USGA World Amateur Ranking for 2015. (WAGR)

“2014 was another great year for us with more and more people joining the tour and entrant numbers increasing and 2015 promises to be even better with a revised format for the Order of Merit with some great prizes and a grand-final”  commented Jason Morris, Director of Golf at Mid Amateur Golf.

“In 2015 players will be able to compete in a year-long series of events at some of the best courses in the UK including 10 of the top 100 in the England and will be trying to qualify for the complimentary finals day where some amazing prizes are up for grabs.  On top of that, there is in excess of £25,000 worth of prizes to be won over the season” added Jason.

The Mid Amateur Golf Tour is open to any male golfer aged 35 years or over on the day of play and anyone with an active CONGU handicap can enter to play.  There is no ballot system for many of the events – they are on a first come first served basis which allows everyone the opportunity to enter and play.

All of the events on the tour are medal play and all are qualifying for handicap with scores returned through the England Golf CDH system (Central Database of Handicaps).  There are prizes for scratch and handicap in most events with some prize funds in excess of £1500.

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