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Holding events on in March is always a gamble with the weather. We have cancelled Gainsborough due to the played next week. With constant rain for the last 48 hours alone, the courses are closed. As far as sponsorship goes, we are still working to securing title sponsorship. As you can imagine this is not a quick process but necessary to provide an exciting and  stable tour for the future. We will keep you posted. If you have any questions, feedback or ideas, please contact usRead More →

Snow golf in lapland

If we were in Swedish Lapland greens become whites, orange balls replace normal white ones and the greenkeepers, or whitekeepers, prepare the course with snow ploughs. But alas, we are in the UK and the Beast has taken its toll, great for sledging, but not for golf. We hope everyone has stayed safe and is just waiting for those spring days without snow and freezing conditions. Our first one day tournament was due to take place at Magnolia Park Golf Club Tuesday 13th March. However, there is the reality of  the current impact of this weeks snow, the weather forecast for the coming week andRead More →

The Professional Golfers Guild has lined up the following 3 day events with a few dates still to confirm. Mon 23 April: The Shire PG-AM Tues 24 & Wed 25 April:  The Shire – 36 hole pro tournament Tues 22 May: Eaton GC PG-AM Wed 23 & Thurs 24 May: Eaton GC – 36 hole pro tournament Tues 26 June: The Players GC PG-AM Wed 27 & Thurs 28 June: The Players GC – 36 hole pro tournament Tues 3 July: Collingtree Park PG-AM Wed 4 & Thurs 5 July: Collingtree Park – 36 hole pro tournament Tues 10 July: Rudding Park PG-AM Wed 11Read More →

Welcome to our first news release for 2018 and we are excited to be able to publish our 2018 schedule. As you will see we are starting the season with two one day events in March. PRO-AM & Pro Tournaments We will launch our tour fully in April with our new pro-am format; PG-AM Amateur Series on day one followed by our two day PG Guild Tour professional events, open to pro’s and amateurs from age 45 (max handicap 5).  For those of you who are age 60 and above, we will run our Ambassadors section within the main tour, with dedicated funds for theRead More →