Wednesday, May 09, 2012


Wyncanton Marketing Services Ltd (Whitstable, Kent. UK) are pleased to announce a new golf championship for Mid Amateur golfers in the UK. 
The North of England Mid Amateur Stroke Play Championship will take place at the impressive De Vere Slaley Hall Golf Club, Northumberland on Friday, July 27.
The tournament will be held over 36 holes in one day, with the winner being the player who returns the lowest gross score for the 36 holes.  Prizes will be given for the first four places in the scratch event and the first three places in the handicap event and there is an expected prize fund to the value of more than £1,000. 
There is also a prize for the leading player over 50 years of age.  The event will be open to all male golfers over the age of 35 and who are in possession of an active CONGU handicap of 12 or less.
“Following on from the success of our first events this year, we decided to add another event for 2012.  The feedback was so positive from the players that it cemented our belief that there is a huge gap in the market for new tournaments aimed at golfers aged over 35 years of age.” said Jason Morris, Golf Director of Wyncanton Marketing Services. 
“The Slaley Hall event will be part of the new Mid Amateur Golf Order of Merit which will run throughout the season with prizes for the leading players and will add an extra incentive for the players to do well in each event.” 
“These are exciting times for us and the new web site is attracting visitors from all over the world.  There are currently 18 events this year and we have resurrected The Welsh Mid Amateur Championship and The Scottish Mid Amateur.  Our Slaley Hall event has already attracted three time British mid-amateur champion John Kemp from Woburn who is looking to follow up on his win at the Players Club last week,” added Jason.
For more information relating to this release and details of all Wyncanton Marketing Services Events, please visit or contact Jason Morris on 07891 766102 or email



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