Rotherham Golf Club
Officially known as The Rotherham Golf Club
Open Strokeplay Championship, this annual
World Amateur Golf Ranking event takes place
over three days, with 36 holes on the final day.
The tournament has attracted overseas players
from China, South Africa, Australia, Holland, as
well as English international players.
As for the host club, Rotherham Golf Club boasts
among its members a US Masters Tournament
winner, Danny Willett. Willett, who won the coveted
Major in 2016, joined
Rottherham as a teenager in 2005 to learn from the
good number of aspiring young players with scratch
handicaps or better - most of whom have since