[C]arus Green Golf Club has hosted the PGA North Region Championships for the third year running. The Kendal based club welcomed 111 professional golfers from across the North of England for the two-day tournament last week, with 40 players making the ‘cut’ for the final day’s play. Crosland Heath golf club’s Robert Booth, eventually took the winner’s trophy with a final score of -8 through 36 holes.
The club also hosted a pro-am competition the following day, welcoming 38 teams who played in fair conditions.
Phil Archer won the professional competition with a score of -7 through 18 holes and the team from Kentdale Land Rover – who sponsored the three-day tournament – won the team competition. Once again, the championship was a great success, as Carus Green’s owner, Graham Curtin, explains: “It is a great privilege to host the PGA North Region Championships and we are delighted to have done so for the third time at Carus Green.” he said.
“The event was a huge success and we have received some tremendous feedback on the quality of the course and our facilities. Hosting a tournament of such magnitude has once again put Carus Green on the map in the North West and we’d like to thank everybody who joined us and contributed in making this such a positive experience for all.”