PGA Fourball Championship

PGA Fourball Championship

A hugely popular event for club professionals which carries a significant prize fund. This year's PGA Fourball Championship is staged at Carden Park on August 24-26.

Championship information

The Golfbreaks PGA Fourball Championship is contested over 54 holes of stroke play with 18 holes being played each day. A prize fund of £35,000 is on offer with the winning team taking home £5,500.

Seven Regional Finals will decide the 72-team field for the Grand Final which is staged at Carden Park on August 24-26.

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Information about dates, regional qualifiers and how to enter.

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Championship Information

Locations, dates, entry fees, prize funds, qualifying criteria and more

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Past Winners

A full list of winning PGA Fourball Championship teams since 1984.

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Venue

The 2021 Championship will be played at Carden Park.

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About the Championship

The PGA Fourball Championship has always been one of the most popular events for club professionals who enjoy the more relaxed atmosphere of the fourball format, but with a significant prize fund, the event also carries a keen competitive edge.

The first ever staging of the championship in 1984 saw two of the North West's finest clubs finish in a tie as Royal Birkdale's Philip Posnett and PGA Captain Peter Hanna and Hillside's Denis Durnian and Derrick Cooper ended all square.

PGA Principle Partners Golfbreaks assumed title sponsorship in 2013 and have remained title sponsors for the past eight years.

James Watts and Jack Winer are the defending champions after winning the PGA Fourball Championship at Farleigh Golf Club. 

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