Goswick to host Women’s PGA and Assistants’ Championship

Goswick will host the Women’s PGA and Assistants’ Championship as part of a packed schedule of national PGA events in 2024.

The championship will take place in north Northumberland on July 1-2 with a £15,000 prize fund up for grabs.

Meanwhile, events will take place across Great Britain and Ireland throughout the season, with professionals aiming to win individual titles while also competing to earn selection for the men and women’s PGA Cup matches in America.

Captain Tim Rouse will take a team of 10 male PGA members to Sunriver Resort in Sunriver, Oregon to face the PGA of America September 9-15. Qualification for the team begins at the PGA Play-Offs at Aphrodite Hills (PGA National Cyprus). The top three finishers from the season opener will book their place on the flight to America, while six more players will be decided following the conclusion of the PGA Professional Championship – The PGA’s flagship tournament – at Conwy Golf Club (June 11-14). The final place on the team will be determined by Rouse’s captain’s pick.

Sunriver Resort also plays host to the third Women’s PGA Cup, which takes place October 1-5. Cathy Panton-Lewis will lead the Great Britain & Ireland team, which will comprise of five WPGA members who qualify through the 2023 and 2024 WPGA Series. They will compete against other PGAs from various nations.

The St James’ Place National Pro-Am also returns in 2024, with PGA professionals teaming up with an amateur to represent their club in one of the UK’s largest pro-ams. The Grand Final will feature 12 teams, and will be played at PGA National Turkey (Antalya Golf Club) November 25-29.

PGA National Italy will host the SkyCaddie PGA Pro-Captain Challenge for the fourth consecutive year, while the English PGA Championship (July 16-18) is back at Bowood Hotel, Golf & Spa in Wiltshire.

A packed July finishes with one of the association’s oldest tournaments, the Coca-Cola PGA Assistants’ Championship (July 23-25) at Surrey’s Farleigh Golf Club.

Foxhills Club & Resort, which staged the 2019 and 2022 PGA Cup, will host the PGA Fourball Championship August 20-22. A week before that, the PGA Super 60s Championship is set to be played at Formby Hall.

The Asbri Welsh National PGA Championship has moved to Pyle & Kenfig Golf Club, which will stage the event September 4-5, and a month later Hadley Wood hosts the PGA Inter-County Championship October 2-3.

The Senior PGA Professional Championship will be added to the 2024 schedule in due course.

The Staysure Q Series will also be returning in 2024 as the association continues to offer more playing opportunities for its senior members. The two events will carry a £20,000 prize fund and the top two players from each event will qualify for the Staysure PGA Seniors Championship at Trump International Golf Links July 31-August 4.

In addition, the PGA Open Series is back, with each region hosting an event carrying a prize fund of £20,000. The series starts in Manchester at Marriott Worsley Park May 1-2, and culminates in Ireland at Belvoir Park Golf Club September 3-4.

Click here to view the full national tournament schedule for 2024.