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The National Golf Club Challenge invites your golf club to join us in supporting our injured troops by taking part in the 2021 National Golf Club Challenge.


The National Golf Club Challenge is the UK’s largest amateur charity golf competition, bringing thousands of golfers together on their own Golf Courses throughout the UK in May, June, July 2022, in an amazing show of support for our wounded servicemen and women.


The National Golf Club Challenge works in partnership with On Course Foundation and has the charity’s full backing. The aim of the National Golf Club Challenge is simple:


  • To unite golfers all over the UK to honour and support members of the Armed Forces injured in the line of duty.

  • To collectively raise as much money as possible to support the excellent work On Course Foundation achieves.

  • To give golfers of all abilities the opportunity to play in a National Golf Club Competition giving them the opportunity to compete against other golfers from other golf clubs from all over the UK – concluding playing in a National Final where the winning golf club is crowned as the National Golf Club Challenge Champions winning the coveted Lee Westwood Cup.


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  • The National Golf Club Challenge invites every golf club in the UK to host a qualifier event at their golf club and fundraise for On Course Foundation, returning their top 5 Stableford scores from both the Men's and Ladies Sections from any event held during the Official Qualification period, between May 1st through to August 31st.


  • Fundraising can be done at any point in the lead up to, and/or on the day of the club's qualification event – and even all year round.


  • Scores returned need to be in the Stableford format. A golf club can and has the option to use a pre-existing medal event to use as a qualification event with these scores subsequently converted into Stableford format to allow participation.


  • The National Golf Club Challenge is split into a Men’s event and Ladies event – with two separate scores returned from each golf club that holds a mixed or separate event.


  • The top 5 scores from the MEN’S section and top 5 LADIES scores will then count as the club's official aggregate score for both the Men’s and Ladies sections. Each club's official aggregate score will be counted against standard scratch and Par.


  • Each club who has formally entered the Challenge will be required to return their top 5 men’s Stableford scores and the top 5 ladies scores (if mixed event held) to the challenge organisers (on the official results form) together with the fundraising cheque.


  • Please note: Golf clubs are not required to enter both the men's AND ladies section. Clubs are welcome to enter the men's section only or ladies section only if needed.


Full details on how scoring works can be viewed here.


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  1. Each golf club entering the Challenge will be asked to fundraise for On Course Foundation in the lead up to their qualification event or on the day(s) of their event (held any time in May, June, July and August). Please note: Entry into the National Golf Club Challenge charity event can be incorporated into an existing competition or tournament – simply convert scores to Stableford (if required) and include your On Course Foundation fundraising activities at any point up to and including their event. If demand is exceptionally high, the event can be spread over three days to cope with the numbers but the top scores must be taken from across all three days collectively. The Challenge team cannot accept two entries from the same golf club.

  2. Each Golf Club – after obtaining permission from the club secretary or management committee – will need to select the person, or team of people who will take responsibility for organising their National Golf Club Challenge charity golf event.

  3. To enter the National Golf Club Challenge, each golf club must fill out and submit the registration form online at (not on the On Course Foundation website). Please note there is no charge associated with participating in the Challenge.

  4. Each Golf Club will manage and administer their own On Course Foundation charity effort and raise funds in any way they see fit. This will include organising all the entries from their membership, to organising fundraising activities and prizes that may be applicable.

  5. Each club must have their own insurance and liability cover in place. The Challenge organisers will not accept any liability for loss or injury incurred whilst participating in the National Golf Club Challenge.

  6. Each club must play to the rules of golf laid down by The R & A.

  7. Each Golf Club must play their qualifying competition from their normal competition tees and only one standard scratch score for each section (Men’s + Ladies) can be accepted. All competitors must play the same course without exception. If your event is a mixed event, two sets of results must be produced and must include 5 scores for the men’s section and 5 scores for the ladies section.

  8. Once completed, each Golf Club must return the following to the Challenge team from each section (Men’s & Ladies if mixed event held):

  9. The official results form documenting each Golf Clubs official Results. The Golf Club's official fundraising cheque made payable to 'National Golf Club    Challenge'. The Challenge will then pay the combined amount to On Course Foundation.


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