With the British Championships behind us, there is just under two weeks until our next event on the 2021 calendar (We anticipate the event moving to it’s more traditional March date in 2022).
The 2021 British Adventure Golf Masters will take place at Mr Mulligan’s Dino Golf, Sidcup on Sunday 31 October, starting at 9am with an expected 3pm finish. This is the fourth time the course has held the Masters, and as usual there will be 4 rounds for all players.
Traditionally the Masters has thrown up a variety of new champions, there have been 15 different winners in the 21 years of the event, and a different winner for the past five years. Could this be your year?
Entries are now open and a list of confirmed entrants can be found here:
Please note that closing date for entries is Wednesday 27th October.
As well as the tweed British Adventure Golf Masters Jacket for the overall Champion, Senior, Women’s and Junior Masters Champions will also be crowned.
Entry fees for this year’s competition are as follows:
– Juniors: £15
– Tour pros: £20
– Non tour pros: £25
Payment can be made by Paypal using this link https://bmga.online/wp/calendar-results/2021-british-adventure-golf-masters/
(please use the Friends and Family option)
Please click here for details of the course day rate and booking details: https://bmga.online/wp/calendar-results/2021-british-adventure-golf-masters/
The course is open for practice on the 31st at 8am until 8.45am with a shotgun start at 9am.
The course website can be found here https://mrmulligan.com/sidcup/
Updates and tournament information will be posted on the BMGA Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/BMGAMinigolf).
At the time of writing there are already 21 players who have entered.
Roll of Honour:
2000 – Robert Vallory
2001 – Robert Vallory
2002 – Ted McIver
2003 – Tim Davies
2004 – Ted McIver
2005 – Ted McIver
2006 – Trevor Exall
2007 – Keith Kellard
2008 – John Moore
2009 – Chris Jones
2010 – Andy Exall
2011 – Marc Chapman
2012 – Michael Smith
2013 – Adam Kelly
2014 – Michael Smith
2015 – Nuno Cunha
2016 – Michael Smith
2017 – Nuno Cunha
2018 – Andy Wilde
2019 – Mark Wood
2020 – Will Donnelly