Ganton & Scarborough South Cliff Golf Club, 25 - 30 July 2016
English Men's Amateur Championship
The Men's English Amateur Championship is played in two stages:
Stage One: Stroke Play. Two rounds of 18 holes stroke play over two days (Monday and Tuesday), one round on each of two courses.
Stage Two: Match Play. These rounds take place at Ganton Golf Club. The players with the 64 lowest scores and ties after the stroke play rounds will compete in the match play stages, starting on Wednesday. Players will be seeded according to their stroke play finishing place. If necessary a preliminary match play round shall be played to determine the top 64 players.
- 30.07.16: Yorkshire’s Dan Brown fights back to win English Amateur - Yorkshire's Dan Brown staged a tremendous fightback to win the men's English Amateur Championship in an exciting final at Ganton Golf Club.
- 30.07.16: Bloor leads by 1 hole in Amateur final - Derbyshire's George Bloor is one up on Yorkshire's Dan Brown after 18 holes of the final of the English Amateur Championship at Ganton Golf Club.
- 29.07.16: Brown and Bloor to meet in the friendly final - Yorkshire's Dan Brown and Derbyshire's George Bloor will meet tomorrow in what will be the friendly final of the men's English Amateur Championship at Ganton Golf Club.
- 28.07.16: Robson knocks out the top seed - Dorset's Tom Robson knocked out top seed Will Enefer today to claim his place in the quarter-finals of the men's English Amateur Championship at Ganton Golf Club.
- 28.07.16: Dan’s ace helps him to reach last 16 - Yorkshire's Dan Brown has moved into the last 16 at the men's English Amateur Championship with the help of a hole in one.
Ganton Golf Club: Ganton, ranked in the top 30 of Europe’s Championship courses, has hosted many national and international tournaments and is a perfect place to play golf. Nestling in the Vale of Pickering, east of York and a few miles from the coastal resort of Scarborough, a day at Ganton is a day to remember.
Scarborough South Cliff Golf Club: The greatest charm of the course is the glorious situation of the holes on the cliff, looking down on the South Bay and Scarborough Town on the one side and along the bold and rugged coastline towards Filey on the other. The two parts of the course make a pleasant contrast and both provide some excellent golf.