The St. James’s Place National Pro-Am Championship lets PGA Professionals and amateurs represent clubs on national and international stage.

Regarded as one of the most popular pro-ams in Europe, the St. James’s Place National Pro-Am Championship is open to golf clubs throughout the UK and Ireland.

Seven Regional Finals, held at prestigious venues across England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland, will determine a 12-team field who will battle it out to be crowned St. James’s Place National Pro-Am champions at the Grand Final in Turkey.

St. James's Place National Pro-Am Championship format

Open to both male and female amateurs aged 18 or over and based at a golf club in the UK or Ireland, the St. James’s Place National Pro-Am pairs PGA Professionals with an amateur from their club to embark on a unique golfing journey.

Amateurs who win their club's qualifying round will be able to partner with their PGA Professional at one of seven Regional Finals, where they will compete for a place in the Grand Final in Turkey – with the spectacular Antalya Golf Club, PGA National Turkey and all-inclusive five-star hospitality at the Sirene Belek Hotel Antalya awaiting the finalists.

Sponsors and prize fund

This year’s event will again be sponsored by St. James’s Place, one of the UK’s leading wealth management companies. The total prize fund is £41,000, including £10,000 for the winning PGA Professional.

Commenting on the event, Robert Maxfield, PGA Chief Executive, said: “We are extremely pleased to announce the return of the St. James’s Place National Pro-Am. This unique event is gaining in popularity each year and provides amateur golfers with a rare and exciting opportunity to team up with a PGA Professional and represent their club in a national competition.

“Once again, we are delighted to be working with St. James’s Place to deliver this year’s event and we thank them for their ongoing support as title sponsor for one of the Association’s most popular tournaments.”

Read more here or speak to your PGA Professional about your club’s entry into the St. James’s Place National Pro-Am Championship.

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