Trevose Golf Club, 29 September - 1 October 2017
Men's County Championship
The Championship shall be played by match play on a “Round Robin” basis over 3 days.
Each day’s play shall have 2 matches each consisting of 3 games of 18 hole foursomes in the morning and 6 games of 18 hole singles in the afternoon.
- 25.09.16: Yorkshire win 21st English men’s county championship - Yorkshire won the English Men's County Championship for the 21st time, beating Hampshire 5.5-3.5 in a final day showdown at Sandwell Park in Staffordshire.
- 25.09.16: It’s advantage Yorkshire in title chase - It's advantage Yorkshire in the title race at the English Men's County Championship after they won this morning's foursomes against Hampshire by 2.5-0.5 at Sandwell Park in Staffordshire.
- 24.09.16: Yorkshire and Hampshire to meet in title showdown - Yorkshire and Hampshire will meet tomorrow in a title showdown at the English Men's County Finals at Sandwell Park Golf Club in Staffordshire.
- 24.09.16: Warwickshire and Cornwall fight back - Warwickshire and Cornwall both bounced back from yesterday's defeats to win their foursomes 2-1 this morning at the English Men's County Championship at Sandwell Park, Staffordshire.
- 23.09.16: Hampshire and Yorkshire score opening wins at County Finals - Hampshire and Yorkshire took the honours on a birdie-strewn first day of the English Men's County Championship at Sandwell Park Golf Club in Staffordshire.
Sandwell Park Golf Club is a magnificent undulating parkland course set in the heart of the West Midlands. Designed in the late 19th Century by Harry S Colt, one of the most highly regarded course architects of his time, it is widely regarded as on the finest in the area.
It provides a stern test for golfers of all abilities, as not only do you need to be accurate from the tee, you need a good touch to negotiate the renowned borrows and speed of the greens. Any visitors coming to Sandwell Park Golf Club will truly enjoy a memorable golfing experience.