Warwickshire Golf

Warwickshire Wonders Tournament

This nine-hole competition on the par 3 course is aimed at boys and girls, who are under 12 years of age on January 1st, 2024, or higher-handicappers or those just starting out. If you do not fit into these categories, you are still welcome to play, but priority will be given to those who fit the competition criteria.

It cost just £8 to play, and every player received a prize for taking part

Tee times will be allocated between 9.30am and 11.30am. All entries will be notified in advance of these times by email.

Players must either be members of a Warwickshire Golf Club or be attending regular planned coaching sessions with  a PGA professional in Warwickshire, but DO NOT NEED A HANDICAP TO PLAY!

Competition 1:
Players with a WHS handicap index (upto a maximum 54 for boys and girls) will play a nine-hole Stableford competition over the Marston Lakes Par three course

Competition 2:
Players without handicaps will play a Stableford competition over the Marston Lakes Par three course

There will also be putting competitions for both groups of players.

The contact for this event is Steve Jackson


2024 Warwickshire Wonders

The wet weather didn’t dampen the skills of the County’s next generation of golfers as the Warwickshire Wonders tournament took place over the par 3 course at Lea Marston on Sunday, March 10th.

Luke Boyle (Stonebridge) produced a short game masterclass in the soft conditions, as he compiled a magnificent nine-hole winning score of net 17.

He claimed the boys prize by five strokes from Sam Dane (Copt Heath), with Harvey Westall (Copt Heath) and Joshua Durk (Stonebridge) a further shot off the pace.

Last year’s girls winner Emilia Sadler emphasised her talents again as she carded a net 27 to finish five ahead of Moor Hall club-mate Seren Hylton and Maxstoke Park’s Lucy Stone.

The Junior Non-Handicap Competition witnessed a fine display from Stonebridge’s Parker Harbon as he carded a total of net 20 to nudge three shots in front of Noah Sheedy (Robin Hood).

The Warwickshire member Isaac Fisher's  tap-in birdie on the closing hole was enough to secure the nearest-the-pin prize, while Ladbrook Park’s Logan Sutton won the Putting Competition.

Parental Consent is required for all Entry Applications for this event:

Boys Parental Consent Forms

Girls Parental Consent Forms

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