After working closely with Cleckheaton Golf Club and Lee Shepherd their club professional, we are delighted to announce that entries for the event on Monday 8th June are now OPEN!

The club are extreamly excited to host the event and are already working hard to present the course in the best possible tournament conditions!

SOCIAL DISTANCING will be key to the success of the event and ALL events going forward and we will be closely following the government guidelines!

Please as a player respect these!

In the next few weeks, we will keep you updated with the guidelines as they will be changing week to week!

Cleckheaton GC have been fantastic in extending the tee times for this event so we can achieve maximum numbers in what is most likely to be an event played in TWO balls for obvious reasons.

Going forward, we are working with ALL courses on our schedule to finalise each event and will strive to keep the schedule up to date as soon as possible, along with announcements on social media.

For now, PLEASE do not enter any events past Cleckheaton (8th June) until we release an official entry date – this is due to confirming field sizes at each course after COVID-19 restrictions.


We must appreciate that each course will be dealing with COVID-19 in different ways and saying that this may still effect some tournament dates and field sizes.

If events do go ahead with reduced field sizes (30 players) then MEMBERS will get preference, that is only fair.

Again, we are working hard to get all events into the schedule and to avoid any clashes with other Tours/PGA regions.

Currently we are accepting ALL professional entries but only amateur entries from current members of the 2020protour, so please bare this in mind when entering events, this is due to field sizes.

Professional and amateurs can still join the 2020protour and take advantage of the member benefits, the only difference for professionals is that their McClarrons birdie count will only start from when they join the 2020protour.

Thank you for your understanding in these tough times, we hope you are all safe and well, but also appreciate you want to play golf as for many of you it’s your only source of income.

GOOD LUCK throughout the year on ALL tours and stay safe!

See you on the course soon

Adam Walker

Chris Hanson

2 Responses

  1. Gary Oscroft

    What time is the first tee time please

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