We are looking forward to hosting England Golf's Reid Trophy in 2022. This is a 3 day event and is the English Under 14 Boys' Open Stroke Play Championship. All 144 competitors will play 18 holes on each of the first two days of the event. After 36 holes, on the third day, the leading 70 competitors and ties will play a further 18 holes. The Reid Trophy usually attracts a strong international field and, we are hoping that after a couple of years with COVID travel restrictions in place, a full field will be able to enjoy their golf on the fairways at Lincoln Golf Club.
The Reid Trophy was the brainchild of the late Malcolm Reid, a champion of junior golf, from Hertfordshire. He established the competition at Porters Park Golf Club in 1995 as a 36 hole tournament.
The championship was played at Porters Park until 2000 when it began its rotation of the four English golf regions. However, when it is the turn of the South East to host, it returns to its tradition home. It was at Porters Park in 2007 that the championship was extended to 54 holes.
Past winners include England’s Eddie Pepperell, now a successful European Tour player and Scotland’s Bradley Neil who went on to become the Amateur Champion and a Walker Cup player before turning professional. England international Bradley Moore (Kedleston Park) won the trophy in 2011.
For full event details please click here to visit the England Golf Reid Trophy webpage
To help with your travel plans we have gathered some information that you may find useful - this includes some local accomodation ideas both nearby and in Lincoln - click here to view as a separate document.