Open Championship at Forest of Arden GC, Birmingham
Saturday 13th to Sunday 14th July 2019
The England Deaf Golf Open Championship is the main event in the year presenting a 36 hole strokeplay and stableford competition for golfers of all abilities. We will be playing on the Arden course of Forest of Arden Golf Club, the venue of our forthcoming World Deaf Golf Championship 2020
The Forest of Arden, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club, is one of Britain’s top golf resorts and its magnificent Arden Course is renowned around the world as one of the European Tour’s leading venues.
The Arden Course was designed by Donald Steel and built on Lord Aylesford’s vast 10,000-acre estate back in the early 1970s. Since it was completed,
it has played host to some incredible and memorable tournaments, including seven English Opens and five British Masters, and has seen the likes of
Colin Montgomerie, Thomas Björn, Darren Clarke and Robert Allenby leave victorious.
The Arden Course starts off in gentle enough fashion with two short and relatively undemanding par 4s but it can be stretched to 7,213-yards from the Championship tees. Arguably the signature hole is the par 3 18th which requires a 200-yard carry over a lake to an undulating green perched to the side of the hotel.
England Deaf Golf - Open Championship is taking place at Maxstoke Lane, Meriden, Coventry, Warwickshire, CV7 7HR
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 July -Tee off 11.03 - 12.06am
Sunday 14th July - Tee off 11.03 - 12.06am
£105 for 2 rounds
£155 for 2 rounds/ one night Bed & Breakfast (based on double occupancy bedroom)
Closing Date Monday 1st July. A mandatory £25 deposit required to secure your place.