Drayton Park Golf Club
Amateur Open Golf Competitions at Drayton Park Golf Club
Below is a list of amateur open golf tournaments due to be held at the above golf club. Simply click on an event to be taken to the full details of the competition and instructions on how to enter.
Drayton Park is a narrow, tree-lined, mature, parkland course that rewards the golfer who can keep their ball on the fairway.
Routed across flattish parkland the course was designed and set out by James Braid, five times winner of The Open Championship, in 1935. The picturesque property was formerly part of the Drayton Manor estate, the seat of the Peel family; of which Sir Robert Peel, founder of the police force, was the most famous member. The Club itself was founded in 1897 and played at two other locations prior to moving to its present grounds.
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