Knighton Heath Golf Club is always delighted to showcase its outstanding course and offers golfers of all abilities the opportunity to play here in a series of Open competitions which are held throughout the year.
Click HERE to download the various competitions details and formats.
Club Vice-Captain, Martin Collins (far right) with Club Champion 2018, Simon Bellamy (left), Captains 36 Hole Ladies Trophy winner Cicely Welch and Godfrey Elliott Bowl winner, Andy Su.
We hold Opens each year for all sections of the club and include Mixed Open. In addition, the ladies also run at least one Open Bowmaker featuring teams of three, and host a Coffee Morning towards the end of the season.
With the exception of the Junior event, which is a medal for individual players, the competitions are aimed at pairs or teams.
These events are an excellent way to enjoy the Knighton Heath golfing experience, play on one of the region’s most highly-regarded courses, meet new friends and see how your game stands up to the rigours of competition! If you are looking for some great golf in Dorset, why not give us a try?
Prices for entry are very reasonable and dates of upcoming open events, together with printable entry forms, can be downloaded from our Opens Section.
The club also organises a prestigious competition known as the Knighton Heath Knock-Out Trophy which is keenly contested annually by seniors from a number of clubs in Dorset.
The normal calendar has a monthly medal and/or stableford competition. These competitions are generally held on a Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday with each competition being run as an individual event.
Trophy competitions are currently held at weekends.
The majority of this section meet regularly on a Tuesday morning and normally sees some form of competition for the members. Subject to other bookings time normally exists for social golf after the competitions.
Jayne King, the Ladies Club Championship for 2018.
Our ‘alternate day’ ladies who are unable to play on a Tuesday have an opportunity to play competitions, or social golf, with other ‘working’ ladies at weekends.
Whilst the majority of club trophy competitions are held either on a Tuesday some are held at the weekend.
Angie Nippard, winner of the Handicap Trophy for 2018
This section is by far the biggest section within the club and they would meet regularly on a Monday morning. This is generally the time they play their internal competitions whilst inter-club matches are normally played on another weekday.