The Worcestershire Golf Club, 5-7 July 2013
Men's Open Mid-Amateur Stroke Play (Logan Trophy)
The Championship shall be played by 54 holes of stroke play over three days, 18 holes being played on each of the first two days. After 36 holes, the leading 45 competitors and all those tying for 45th place, shall play a further 18 holes on the third day.
The winner shall be the competitor who returns the lowest score over 54 holes. In the event of a tie, there will be a sudden death play off over holes to be decided by the Championship Committee.
- 08.07.12: Burley overcomes defending champion in dramatic playoff - Thomas Burley is the English Mid Amateur champion. He lifted the title and the Logan Trophy after a dramatic two-hole playoff with defending champion Neill Williams from Surrey in overcast conditions at Saunton in Devon.
- 07.07.12: Links experience sees Crowther out in front - The experience of playing over links courses paid dividends for Ian Crowther and Danny Curtis as they hit the front along with first round leader James Wallis on an extremely windy second day of the Logan Trophy over the West Course at Saunton.
- 06.07.12: Olympian effort sees Wallis and Williams go clear - The Olympian spirit was alive on the opening day of the Logan Trophy as James Wallis from Surrey took centre stage with a superb four-under-par 67 over the West Course at Saunton.
Established in 1879, The Worcestershire Golf Club is proud to be the oldest club in Worcestershire and one of the oldest in England.
The club is nestled in the picturesque Malvern Hills which provide a stunning backdrop to the course.
A £1 million clubhouse was built in 2001 providing modern facilities for members and guests to enjoy after their round of golf.