Presenting The East Lancs 1891 Scratch Trophy 2024: Pleasington and Clitheroe Golf Club
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What is the The East Lancs 1891 Scratch Trophy?
The East Lancs 1891 Scratch Trophy gets its name from the year in which both Clitheroe and Pleasington Golf Clubs were founded.
1891 was the last year in which the British Open was played over 36 holes. The venue was the Old Course at St Andrews and was won by Hugh Kirkaldy with a 36 hole score of 166, beating his brother Andrew by two strokes.
The East Lancs 1891 Scratch Trophy – 72 Hole Competition
The open competition is a 72 Hole Scratch Medal played across East Lancashire’s two most prestigious golf courses Pleasington and Clitheroe and has a combined prize pot of over £4,000!
The 72-hole competition will encompass the Clitheroe Pendle Witch Trophy and the Pleasington Antlers and offers R&A World Amateur Golf Ranking Points as well as valuable Northern Order of Merit rankings.
3 Prize Pots!
The Pleasington Antlers Trophy is on Sunday 7th July and is 36 Holes with and on the day prize pot of £1,050. The following week The Clitheroe Pendle Witch competition is on Sunday 14th July and again is 36 holes on the day with a £1,050 prize pot.*
Those competing in both events will be eligible to win a CASH prize from £2,000 overall prize pot!
The Maximum handicap index for the competition is 5.4, anyone over this is not able to play in the competition.
*Prizes are subject to entry numbers.
COMPETITIONS MUST BE ENTERED SEPARATELY AT THE RESPECTIVE CLUBS WEBSITE
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