Chipping Sodbury Golf Club, 4 - 6 October 2016
Senior Men's County Championship
The winning County in each of the four England Golf men's Regional Groups, North, Midlands, South-East and South-West, will qualify for the Championship Finals.
The Championship is played by match play on a “Round Robin” basis over three days.
Each day’s play will have two matches each consisting of three games of 18 hole foursomes in the morning and six games of 18 hole singles in the afternoon with no individual game continuing beyond 18 holes.
- 08.10.15: BB&O win senior crown with command performance - Victory march! BBO put on a command performance to claim their first win in the English Senior Men's County Championship at Robin Hood Golf Club, Solihull.
- 08.10.15: Outsiders keep their dream alive - Outsiders Devon kept their title dream alive when they won all three morning foursomes at Senior Men's County Championship at Robin Hood Golf Club, Solihull.
- 07.10.15: Title race hots up at senior championship - The title race at the Senior Men's County Championship hotted up today with wins for BBO and Devon at Robin Hood Golf Club, Solihull.
- 07.10.15: Yorkshire and BB&O move ahead after foursomes - Yorkshire and BBO - who both won yesterday - grabbed the advantage in this morning's foursomes at the Senior Men's County Championship at Robin Hood Golf Club, Solihull.
- 06.10.15: Yorkshire start with a whitewash - Yorkshire were on sparkling form today, despite downpours on the first day of the Senior Men's County Championship, as they pulled off a 9-0 clean sweep against Worcestershire.
Chipping Sodbury Golf Club is situated 12 miles North East of Bristol (South West England), in an area of outstanding natural beauty at the foot of the Cotswold hills and adjacent to the historic, characterful 17th century market town of Chipping Sodbury.
This Fred Hawtree designed parkland course was opened in 1971. Subsequent maturing, development and care have given a superb course which presents a challenge to all levels of golfer. Water hazards are a feature on many holes and the greens, though large, play smaller than their size, as many of them are raised slightly from the surrounding terrain.