We are delighted to announce the launch of the new R&A Student Tour Series.
Taking place on prestigious world class golf courses between September 2019 and April 2020, the aim of this new Series is to provide elite amateur championships to enhance high performance competition amongst the leading student golfers outside of the USA and Mexico.
Players can earn Tour Series Order of Merit points by playing in 2 or more of the 4 qualifying events taking place in Scotland, Ireland, Spain and Portugal. The top players after the Tour Series: Portugal will qualify for The R&A Student Tour Series Final in April 2020 taking place over Carnoustie Championship Course, The Eden and the Old Course in St Andrews (at what was previously The R&A Scholars Tournament).
Every event on this year’s R&A Student Tour Series takes place over a golf course that has hosted a European Tour event, Open Final Qualifying, or The Open.
Use the tabs above to find out more about the Tour Series in the Player Info Pack, register for the Tour Series, enter a Tour Series event, see the current Order of Merit and view players currently with exemption categories into Tour Series events.
Click here to enter one of 5 R&A Student Tour Series events.
The Aims of the Tour Series
Further raise the profile of student golf opportunities across Europe.
To deliver more regular quality competition alongside maintaining a solid BUCS Golf Tour operated by BUCS and SSS and Irish Students competition schedule.
To support students who attend a University in Europe that does not have a golf programme and, students based in Europe who receive an R&A Scholarship, to access higher level competition.
The Rules Explorer contains everything you need to know on the Rules of Golf and the Rules of Amateur Status. It contains full details of the Rules of Golf, the Decisions on the Rules of Golf as well as the Rules of Amateur Status and Guidance on Running a Competition.
At R&A Championships, a hole by hole pace of play guideline is in force with shot by shot timing procedures if a group is out of position and exceeding the prescribed time limit. Find out more about our Pace of Play policy.