The Kendleshire Tour Event 2020

“Over to you partner”

When things go wrong in singles, it’s solely down to you to put things right.

We think it’s nice to have a partner to rely on sometimes.

It’s time for a Team Competition

Date: Monday 6 April 2020 – POSTPONED

Venue: The Kendleshire

Henfield Road, Coalpit Heath, Bristol BS36 2UY
Tel: 0117 956 7000   Club Website

We will be playing on the Ruffets & Hollow courses which both feature a healthy amount of water, such as the “Island Green” 11th hole which provides a challenge to many a good scorecard.

Competition Format

18 Hole  – Ball BetteBall 

Event Schedule

  • 10:00 Registration
  • 10:15 Coffee & Breakfast Roll
  • 11:00 First Tee Time  – 18 Holes
  • 17:00 Dinner
  • 18:00 Prize Presentation

Entry Fees per player

Tour Member £75 |  Non Tour Member £85

Secure your place – Pay £20 Deposit (£10 Per Player)

Please make yourself familiar with the Tour Rules

About The Kendleshire

Golf is firmly at the heart of the Kendleshire Experience, and with 27 memorable championship holes spread over nearly 260 acres of the stunning Frome valley, it is no wonder.

Designed by Adrian Stiff, the Hollows and Ruffet Courses were opened in 1997 to much critical acclaim and they both feature a healthy amount of water, such as the “Island Green” 11th hole with Adrian’s trademark sleeper-banks, and provide a challenge to many a good scorecard.

The 11th Hole at the Kendleshire

The Peter McEvoy-designed Badminton Course opened in 2001, and was built to compliment its sister courses whilst adding an extra degree of challenge with its undulating greens.

Each of the three courses have their own stand-out holes, and when played in any combination offer tons of golfing enjoyment.

All of the greens are built to USPGA standard and are the foundation of the course’s reputation, and as such the club has always had a soft spikes only policy. This has paid rich dividends as far as maintaining the quality of the putting surfaces.

With a vibrant clubhouse, you can enjoy a beer or two watching from the terrace that overlooks the 18th green every shot up the final hole is always dramatic.