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The Grand Finals is the season ending fixture which crowns the winner of a season of golf across England Deaf Golf events and Society events

Welcome to the Grand Finals, the most highly anticipated event of the golf season! This is where Deaf Golfers in the game come together to compete for the title of season winner.

To qualify for the Grand Finals, players must earn merit points throughout the year by participating in various events. Only the top players with the highest merit points are invited to compete in this prestigious event.

The Grand Finals is an intense competition where players showcase their skills and fight for the championship title. The tournament features a challenging courses, high stakes, and fierce competition that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

With a significant prizes at stake and the bragging rights of being crowned the season winner, this event draws Deaf Golfers from all England.


The atmosphere will be electric, and the excitement is contagious, making it an unforgettable experience for players and spectators alike.

So, if you are a Deaf Golf fan, make sure to mark your calendars for the Grand Finals!

When is it?
It is on Saturday 16th September at High Legh Park Golf Club (the home of American Golf)


How do I qualify?
There are a number of qualifying events in a season which earn "Order of Merit" points.
GolfBox will select your best 3 results and rank golfers in order of points

What is the format?
It is Stableford played over 18 holes
Those players who have qualified will receive a head start on points relative to their starting position on the Order of Merit


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