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London Golf Club first opened in July 1994 and did so in spectacular fashion on the Heritage course. Designer Jack Nicklaus went up against fellow Major winners Seve Ballesteros and Tony Jacklin in a Charity Challenge Skins Match. The mercurial Spaniard emerged victorious thanks to his short game.
Both the Heritage and the sister course, the International, have gone on to host several professional events. The former hosted the 2008 and 2009 European Open which were won by Englishman Ross Fisher, and Frenchman Christian Cévaër. In 2021, the Heritage course hosted the European Tour’s Cazoo Classic, formerly known as the English Open.
The International hosted the 2014 Volvo World Matchplay Championship won by Mikko Ilonen over Henrik Stenson. It also welcomed competitors for the 2018 and 2019 Staysure PGA Seniors Championship, which were won by Englishman Philip Golding and Welshman Phillip Price.
Tournament golf is important in testing your course against the best players in the game, and we are delighted that both of our Jack Nicklaus courses have been tested under these conditions and will continue to be tested in the future. Learn more about the tournaments hosted over the Heritage and International below, and check back regularly as we strive to bring more tournament golf to London Golf Club.
Open Championship Regional Qualifying
Being involved in the oldest championship of all, The Open Championship, was a great honour for all at London Golf Club. 2010 was the first year that London Golf Club hosted the Regional Qualifying and the club is delighted to be part of this golfing institution. The Open Championship Regional Qualifying was played over our International Course.