Golf Monthly has again teamed up with Odyssey golf to find the best amateur putter in Britain.

The inaugural event proved to be a huge success with nearly 200 UK clubs taking part.

15-year-old Kirsty Beckwith, who was awarded the trophy of Britain’s Best Putter 2012, won the 2012 final held at The Grove in Hertfordshire.

The 2013 event consists of six regional events held across the country, with the Grand Final taking place at the prestigious Belfry Golf Club, home to four Ryder Cups.

Those interested in taking part need their club secretary or professional to register their interest in holding a local qualifier for their members by emailing the BBP team at

Upon registering, your club will be sent a Golf Monthly/Odyssey putting pack to assist with the running of the event and to explain how it will proceed.

Entry is limited to the first 40 clubs in each of the following regions; North West, Midlands, South East, West, North East and Scotland.

Each of the local qualifying events will be allocated one spot in their Regional Final event.

Local qualifying events will commence from May 1st and must be completed by June 30th. The regional finals will take place throughout July, with the Grand Final taking place in September.

All of the finalists will receive an exclusive goodie bag on the day of the main event, they will then take part in the Grand Final putting competition and the winner of the Matchplay knockout format will be crowned Britain’s Best Putter 2013.

The winner will also win a holiday for two at the LUMINE Mediterranea Golf and Beach Community in southern Spain, where they will stay at the Magnolia Hotel for five nights, with a round of golf available on every day on one of three Gregg Norman designed courses.