Prince’s Golf Club

PRINCE'S GOLF CLUB: In 1932 Prince's hosted it's one and only British Open Championship. The course, like many in Britain, was used as target practice during WW II. However, in 1950 the layout was re-worked and it is considered to be a more superior layout than that which Gene Sarazen triumphed over in winning his Open title here. The club remains an Open Championship Local Final Qualifying course, and hosted qualifying again in 2011 when The Open returned to Royal St. George's. Prince's has also hosted various other professional tournaments, and a number of tournaments for amateurs, including the 1956 Curtis Cup, the 2006 Amateur Championship (co-hosted with Royal St George's), the 2006 Ladies' British Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship and the 2008 Senior Open Amateur Championship (co-hosted with Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club). Prince's has been selected to co-host The Amateur Championship with Royal Cinque Ports in 2013.
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