Royal St. Georges Golf Trip


The Royal St. George’s Golf Club

Teetopin is delighted to be able to provide this unique opportunity to play one of the greatest courses in the UK, and possibly the greatest course outside of Scotland having hosted 14 Open Championships, soon to be 15.

The Club

Founded in 1887 and intended by its founder, Dr William Laidlaw Purves, to be a rival to St Andrew’s in the South of England, St George’s is consistently ranked amongst the leading courses in the World.

The Club occupies a unique place in the history of golf, for it was here in 1894, that the Open Championship was first played outside Scotland.

In all there have been 14 Open Championships played at St George’s, more than any course outside of Scotland.

The Open Championship returns to St George’s for the 15th time in 2020, now postponed to 2021, 11th – 18th July, when the Club will host the 149th Open Championship.

The Offer

The Open Championship returns to St George’s for the 15th time in 2020, now postponed to 2021, 11th – 18th July, when the Club will host the 149th Open Championship.

£200 per person, to include:

Coffee and bacon rolls on arrival

18 holes (including refreshments at the hut behind the 12th green)

2-course lunch after golf

Tuesday 30th March from 1:30pm  (lunch before golf, tea and sandwiches afterwards)

£200 is the usual green fee only for March.

* Due to the Opening being played in July, all players are required to play their ball of a tee mat at all times..

Local Rule – Use of Mats

The Committee have agreed that, in preparation for the 149th Open, all players would be required to use a mat from Friday 1st November.

This includes fairways, first cut and green surrounds.

Local Rule

When a player’s ball lies in a part of the general area and a putter is not being used for the stroke, the ball must be lifted, placed on and played from an Astroturf, or similar type of, mat.

The mat must be placed as near as possible to where the ball originally lay, and the ball must be placed on the mat.

During this period; a player may mark, lift, clean and place their ball in the general area whilst putting.

If a ball when placed rolls off the mat, the player must try to place it a second time. If the ball again does not stay on the mat, the mat must be moved to the nearest spot, not nearer the hole, where the ball will come to rest on the mat when placed.

If the player accidentally causes the ball on the mat to move before a stroke is made, there is no penalty and the ball must be placed again on the mat.

If a tee is used to secure the mat into the ground, the ball must not be placed on the tee.

To register your interest please complete the form below with your details. Once we have established the demand we will confirm your place.

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