England Deaf Golf - Autumn Event - Oakmere Golf Club
Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th August 2022

The England Deaf Golf Autumn Event is the final qualifying event at middle of England, in the year, and also finalising the order of merit - enabling us to start the selections of teams and players for future International competition. 

Conveniently located between Mansfield and Nottingham, it’s rated locally as one of the best golf courses in Nottinghamshire and was originally designed by internationally renowned Golf Course Architect Frank Pennink (Vilamoura Old, Pinhal Portugal, Saunton Sands) in 1972.

Recently both Oakmere courses have had a major overhaul and upgrade by Mackenzie & Ebert (Trump Turnberry, Royal Port Rush, Royal Troon). The Commanders course’s new shorter layout of 5433 yards was completed 2017 and the flagship Admirals course was completed in June 2019 in the signature Mackenzie Heathland style.

Oakmere has recently won National recognition as Golf Club of the Year 2021/2022 by the Central England Prestige Awards. Oakmere is also the host of the PGA Midland Open for the next 5 years and next year become the County Course for 2021 hosting all the top County events.

Both heathland courses benefit from free draining and are locally known as the ’all weather courses’.  We welcome and cater for golfers of all levels, from the beginner and occasional putter to some of the best players in the region.

England Deaf Golf - Autumn Event is taking place at  Oakmere Golf Club, Oaks Lane, Oxton, Southwell, Nottingham, NG25 0RH

It is 18 holes each day with social time in the evening. This is open to Members and Non-Members with all levels of hearing loss such as Deaf, Deafened and Hard of Hearing (HoH).

Places are limited and on a first come first serve basis.

Saturday 13th August -Tee off 1.04pm

Sunday 14th August - Tee off 1.04pm

Membership inclusive

£90 for 2 rounds

A mandatory £25 non-refundable deposit required to secure your place, and full payment is required by no later than  Sunday 17th July.