The Causeway Coast Amateur Golf Tournament is in its 55th year

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The Causeway Coast Amateur Golf Tournament is in its 55th year and continues to be one of the largest events of its type in Europe.

Attracting around 600 people annually worldwide, this unique event combines some of the finest links courses along the North Coast of Ireland; Castlerock, Ballyliffin, Ballycastle and Royal Portrush Golf Club

The iconic event is sponsored by the old Bushmills distillery. A partnership that has been running for several years and an agreement is in place for the next 3 years too. Patrick Morgan is delighted to be involved in the event and runs a tasting experience at the opening ceremony for all competitors with one of his master distillers.

The event takes place from the 6th – 10th of June 2022 and entries for the 2023 are already open for people to enter and they would just have to email – [email protected] and the event dates are 5th – 9th of June 2023

The international field for 2022 currently represents 17 different countries for this year’s line-up: –
Austria
Bahamas
Bermuda
Canada
Denmark
England
Germany
Italy
Netherlands
Northern Ireland
Republic of Ireland
Scotland
South Africa
Sweeden
USA
Wales
Zimbabwe

Details as a competitor: –
• £295 Entry Fee
• £195 for all Golf Ireland Clubs

4 Competition rounds over the 5 day period with a rest day

What’s included: –
• Welcome Reception with Old Bushmills Distillery
• Tee Gifts
• 4 x Tournament Rounds
• Daily Prizes at each of the courses
• Weekly overall prizes
• Discounted Practice Rounds
• Closing Ceremony and prizegiving

Contact details and social media
Tournament Website: – https://www.causewaycoastgolf.com/
Social Media tags:-
Facebook – @CausewayCoastGolfNI

Individual Courses: –
Castlerock – @CastlerockGolfClub
Ballyliffin – @ballyliffingolfclub
Ballycastle – @BallycastleGolfClub
Royal Portrush – @royalportrushgolfclub1888

Twitter – @CausewayGolf

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