Host to more Ryder Cup matches than any other venues in the world, the Belfry is one of England’s most famous courses.
The Belfry has seen four Ryder Cup matches played out, with Europe winning on three occasions, the most recent in 2002.
Home to two 18 hole courses; The Brabazon, an internationally recognised and revered championship course, and the PGA National, England’s only PGA branded course.
The course has also held numerous European Tour events, with recent winners including Paul Casey, Jose Maria Olazabal and Lee Westwood.
Set in 550 acres of North Warwickshire countryside, the Belfry has been the setting to some of golf’s most memorable moments, and is a fitting location for the final of Britain’s Best Putter 2013.