Tudor Park, the Maidstone-based Marriott Hotel and Country Club, is delighted to report the success of several of its members, with the accomplishments highlighted by the success of the men’s Mail on Sunday Classic team.
Having already battled through eight rounds, the team was able to overcome Pyecombe Golf Club in extra holes to book its place in next month’s Semi-Finals which are to be held at El Rompido in Spain.
Further team success of note includes the Invicta League men’s team being crowned Division 1 Champions, as well as the East Kent Evening League team winning their division by half a point.
Also flying the Tudor Park flag was Scott Woolford and Max Goode who, after finishing top of their knockout pool, recently won the final of the prestigious League to Dubai with a score of 46 points and now move on to the next stage of the competition in the UAE in April.
On an individual front, Darren Brame topped the Kent Golf Tour’s year-long Order of Merit, including victories at Faversham and Tudor Park.
“The Tudor Park members have gone from strength to strength this summer. These success stories really highlight the volume of competitive events available to all members,” commented James Ibbetson, Director of Golf at Tudor Park.
Tudor Park’s 18-hole championship course, host to prestigious events in the past such as the PGA EuroPro Tour and the Kent PGA Pro-Am, features long, narrow fairways bordered by beautiful, mature pine trees and undulating greens, offering fantastic views of the Kent countryside.