Matchplay Golf Tournaments

Matchplay Golf Tournaments

Matchplay Golf Competitions

Find further information about some of the amateur matchplay golf competitions that are played on a regional basis or throughout the UK.

These tournamanets are a fantastic way to experience new courses, often at a reduced green-fee or even free-of-charge.

There are usually a number of local qualifying rounds before a regional final and then the main grand final, often overseas and expenses paid.

2019 Annodata UK Golf Club Classic

Annodata UK Golf Club Classic

Matchplay Golf in association with Annodata are delighted to bring you the only National Golf Club Team Competition in the UK - The Annodata UK Golf Club Classic. All Golf clubs in England, Scotland & Wales can enter a 5 man / 5 lady team in the Matchplay Knockout format.

Find out more about the Annodata UK Golf Club Classic.

Matchplay Pairs

Matchplay Pairs

The Matchplay Pairs is the UK’s first "wrap-around" knockout competition for amateur golfers. The pairs competition commences in September before taking a short “winter break” during the UK’s wet season before continuing again in April through its conclusion the following August.

Find out more about the Matchplay Pairs.

Titleist FootJoy Matchplay Championship

Titleist FootJoy Matchplay Championship

In 2018 the Titleist FootJoy Matchplay Championship will be celebrating it’s 22nd year. The competition has established itself as the most popular national matchplay event for club golfers in the UK with thousands of golfers competing in either the singles or the betterball competition each year.

Find out more about the Titleist FootJoy Matchplay Championship.

League to Dubai

League to Dubai

Now in its 7th Year the League to Dubai has gone from strength to strength with 15 golfers about to embark on a golf break of a lifetime to compete in the 2017 Grand Finals... you too could be experiencing the event first hand in 2018.

Find out more about the League to Dubai.

Daily Mail Foursomes

The Daily Mail Foursomes is regarded as the greatest amateur golfing event in the world with more than 190,000 players competing in their club qualifying rounds.

Find out more about the Daily Mail Foursomes.