If you haven’t played at Tadmarton Heath then you are in for a treat, our range of Opens offer the perfect, competitive opportunity. The golf is down to you but we will provide a challenging course, in tip-top condition, with plenty of gorse. The greens are quick and true, many of the bunkers have been remodelled and we can offer a range of delicious refreshments when you have finished.
The Banbury Town Cup and the Beaumont Pease attract some of the leading amateur men from around the region while the Bache Hay Trophy is our top ladies’ competition. Tadmarton also hosts a national Fathers & Daughters foursomes event that has become increasingly popular since it began in 2011.
A new addition for winter 2018/19 is the inaugural Tadmarton Heath Winter Series, an exciting new set of events to keep the competitive juices flowing throughout the off-season.
The Beaumont Pease Trophy
Sunday 10th June 2018
The Beaumont Pease is Tadmarton’s most prestigious trophy and attracts a quality field of single figure amateur golfers from around the region with handicaps of eight or less. A Berks, Bucks and Oxon Order of Merit event, it is played over 36-holes with the best net medal score winning the Beaumont Pease while the Harold King Cup is awarded to the player with the best gross score
Men's Open for the Banbury Town Cup
Sunday 12th August 2018
The origins of the Banbury Town Cup are unknown but the cup is inscribed Tadmarton Heath Golf Cup 1925. It is an 18-hole medal competition open to members and non-members.
It was first played for in 1925 during the two-day Autumn Open meeting held in October and was advertised as the Banbury Town Challenge Cup.
Winter Series 2018/19
A new addition to Tadmarton's competition calendar in 2018/19, these 4 individual competitions, culminating in an Order of Merit, are open to amateurs and professionals.
Tadmarton Heath Mixed Open Four-Ball (Better-Ball)
Sunday 24th June 2018
The Mixed Open Four-Ball (Stableford) is an exceedingly popular event enjoyed by players from across the region. Early booking is recommended.
The Fathers & Daughters Open Foursomes
Saturday 1st September 2018
The Fathers & Daughters Foursomes competition was launched in September 2011 to fill a gap in the market.
Barbara Round, a former secretary of the ladies’ section at Tadmarton, has played on a number of occasions in the national Mothers & Daughters championship with her daughter Sam, the former Oxfordshire Ladies’ champion. She felt there was nothing in particular for dads and their daughters so suggested a new competition to be held at Tadmarton.
The 27-hole foursomes competition has proved a great success attracting players from all across the country with handicaps ranging from +3 to 36. Some of our regular pairs travel from as far as Lancashire and West Sussex!
The William Potts Pairs Open Championship
Friday 5th October 2018
Sponsored by the Banbury Guardian
A Stableford pairs competition open to pairs of of either men or ladies. Jointly sponsored by the Banbury Guardian and Tadmarton Heath Golf Club in support of a deserved local charity.
Ladies Open 3 Ball Alliance
Thursday 26th July 2018
The Ladies’ Open 3-Ball Alliance is a Stableford competition off full handicap with the best two of three scores to count. This is a very popular event so we recommend early entry.
The Seniors Pairs Open
Tuesday 25th September 2018
For the Simon Bouverie Trophy
The Senior Men’s Pairs Open is in its third year and has proved to be exceptionally popular. It takes place in the autumn and is an 18-hole Stableford competition with a maximum handicap limit of 20 for golfers aged 60 and over. There are additional prizes for nearest the pin, nearest the pin in two and the longest drive. There is also a prize for the best net score posted by a team with a golfer 70 years or older.
Players with a higher handicap are welcome to enter but will have to play off 20. Early entry is highly recommeded.
The Junior Open
Friday 3rd August 2018
For 'The R&A Putter'
Donated by Gavin Caldwell Captain of the R&A 2016
The popular Junior Open is a BB&O (Berks, Bucks and Oxfordshire) Junior Order of Merit Event. It is played for ‘The R&A Putter’ which was donated by Gavin Caldwell, past member of Tadmarton Heath and Captain of the R&A in 2016. Prizes are awarded to the best gross medal score and the best net Stableford score. The handicap limits are 28 for boys and 36 for girls.