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Coronation Foursomes

Established in 1953, the Coronation Foursomes is the leading event for women’s club golfers in Great Britain & Ireland and is open to all members of affiliated golf clubs who hold a CONGU handicap.

Teams compete in both local and regional qualifying until sixteen pairs emerge to play in the Grand Final.

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2016 Coronation Foursomes Champions

Enid Gott and Karen Hughes

2016 Coronation Foursomes

Enid Gott and Karen Hughes of Wike Ridge, Leeds Golf Centre won the 2016 Coronation Foursomes after amassing a superb 44 points in the handicap stableford played at the Eden Course, St Andrews. They finished five points clear of nearest challengers, Max Bourn and Josie Brown of Arkley.

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2018 Junior Open Venue Eden Course

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History

The Coronation Foursomes is The R&A’s leading event for club golfers in Great Britain & Ireland.

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2017 Championship

Format

History

The first stage of the tournament is a Qualifying Round played over 18 holes of foursomes stableford.

The best 100 scores in relation to the Standard Scratch Score of the qualifying course will qualify for the Area Final, which is held in locations around Great Britain and Ireland and will consist of 18 holes of foursomes stableford.

Eight teams will qualify for the Grand Final, which will consist of 18 holes of foursomes stableford.

HISTORY

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Format

History

The Coronation Foursomes was established in 1953 and has become the leading foursomes event for club golfers in Great Britain & Ireland.

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