UK Senior Golf Association

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About the UKSGA

 

In the beginning ...

 

During the years prior to 2000 a number of prominent Senior Golfers in England and Wales had been working toward the formation of organised golf for golfers over the age of 55 years.

 

In November 2000, at a meeting at Trevose Golf Club, it was decided, by about forty golfers who were participating in an unofficial inter-regional match, to form an Association to provide this form of golf under the proposed banner of the English Senior Golf Association.

 

 

Four of the main protagonists in the initial stages of the proposals were
 Donald Holmes of Parkstone GC
 Bryan Evans of Littlestone GC
 John Loader of Beau Desert GC
 Grahame Yule of Royal Lytham & St Annes GC
and these four Senior Golfers encouraged interest in their various regions in England.

 

 

There are 10+ Regional Championships which culminate in a National Final at Trevose Golf Club in November each year.

 

Members can enter as many events as they wish. Prior to the National Final the Inter-Regional Foursomes are held on the preceding three days.

 

 

Latest News

Andy Williams takes gold at Newport

14th April 2017

In the first UKSGA qualifier for the European Team Championships in 2018, Andy Williams lands 250 Order of Merit points
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Bramall takes National title at Trevose

25th November 2016

Philip Bramall shoots 3 under par over 36 holes at Trevose to take the UKSGA National title and win the 2017 Order of Merit.
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Richard Partridge and Ian Attoe are England Senior top two

5th November 2015


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Ireland declared Senior Men's Home International Winners

26th October 2015


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Davies & Foster neck and neck at West Hill

21st October 2015

Despite a sub par round by Ian Foster (Bishops Stortford), Keith Davies (Chelmsford) takes 1st place at West Hill
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Ian Attoe unassailable in UKSGA Order of Merit

9th October 2015


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