Championships

Top 100 Golf Courses - Championships

Canadian Women's Amateur 39 Courses

The Royal Canadian Golf Association organized the first Ladies’ Amateur Championship at Royal Montreal in 1901. Around fifty participants played 18 holes of stroke play after which the leading eight ladies played 18-hole match play ties...

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Canadian Women's Open 22 Courses

​The inaugural Canadian Women’s Open was organized by the Royal Canadian Golf Association and held at Montreal Municipal in 1973, when home favourite Jocelyne Bourassa held off the challenge of Americans Judy Rankin and Sandra Haynie in a playoff.

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Curtis Cup 37 Courses

The Curtis Cup – or to give the competition its proper title, “The Women’s International Cup” – is a biennial match-play contest between two teams of female amateur golfers from the United States of America and Great Britain & Ireland.

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Desert Classic 7 Courses

The Desert Classic tournament is a 72-hole professional golf championship on the PGA Tour which is played in the Coachella Valley, California as part of the PGA Tour’s “West Coast Swing” and it’s organized by the non-profit organization called the Desert Classic Charities.

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Dutch Open 11 Courses

The Dutch Open has been a European Tour event since 1972 but its origins stretch way back to sixty years earlier, when an “unofficial” competition took place on 31st August 1912 at The Hague’s 9-hole course within the Clingendael racecourse.

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Eisenhower Trophy 43 Courses

Organized by the International Golf Federation (known as the World Amateur Golf Council up until 2003), the Eisenhower Trophy is the World Amateur Team Championship which is played every two years at various locations around the world.

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English Men's Amateur 28 Courses

The English Men’s Amateur Championship is a match play contest that was first organized by the English Golf Union a year after its formation in 1924. England Golf took over responsibility for the tournament when the Golf Union and English Women’s Golf Association merged in 2012.

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English Women's Amateur 44 Courses

The English Women’s Amateur Championship is a match play contest that was first organized by the National Golf Alliance in 1912. the inaugural event took place at Prince’s, with Miss M. Gardner beating Mrs Cantley at the 20th hole in the match play final.

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Espirito Santo Trophy 35 Courses

The Espirito Santo Trophy is the world amateur team golf championship for women, organized by the International Golf Federation (originally called the World Amateur Golf Council) and it’s the female equivalent of the men’s Eisenhower Trophy...

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European Amateur 30 Courses

Organized by the European Golf Association, the European Amateur Championship is an annual competition decided by stroke play over four 18-hole rounds on consecutive days, with entries from a maximum of 144 men who are included in the World Amateur Golf Rankings...

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