Duel of the Jockeys (Monday 13th June 2016)
The Berkshire Golf Club
Enter your team of four and two golfers will play for Team Dettori and the other two will act as the opposition trying to win for Mick Fitzgerald.
Battle it out on the prestigious course before enjoying an evening of entertainment with many famous faces from the racing world.
The day includes:
- Registration and bacon rolls
- Complimentary goody bag
- 18 Holes on the Red course
- Individual and team prizes
- Drinks reception & canapes
- Two course buffet
- Tips for Royal Ascot from our celebrity racing panel
Price: £1250 + VAT per team of four Enquire Now
Special Albatross Racing Club Member price:
£1000 + VAT per team of four
The Berkshire Golf Club was founded in 1928 and is one of the UK’s most prestigious golf clubs. It is home to two championship courses (Red & Blue) both widely regarded as amongst the best courses in the British Isles. The Red Course (the host venue for The Duel of The Jockeys) is ranked 20th in the Top 100 UK courses so expect a memorable day at one of the finest examples of heathland golf in the world.
Many golfers will know The Berkshire for one of the biggest amateur competitions in golf. The Berkshire Trophy sees elite amateur golfers do battle over 72 holes every June in their attempt to join the likes of six-time major winner Sir Nick Faldo and more recently European Tour players Eddie Pepperell and Ross Fisher as past winners of the event.
Located just 20 miles away from Central London, and even closer to London Heathrow Airport the course is perfect for both international golfers and those living within easy reach of the M25. The club is also only 5 minutes from Ascot Racecourse, so you could play a round of golf and then head straight to Ascot and enjoy the races.
At a glance - find out more about this incredible venue
The Berkshire is regarded as one of the finest Heathland examples anywhere in the world.
The Red course has a par of 72 and a yardage of 6,452 Yards and the Blue course has a par of 71 and a yardage of 6,366 Yards.
Both courses were designed by renowned golf course architect Herbert Fowler who also designed Walton Heath which hosted the Ryder Cup in 1981.
The Berkshire has hosted many high profile events including the English Amateur Championship and the British Seniors Open Championship.
Gary Wolstenholme is a very popular name at The Berkshire, winning The Berkshire Trophy an incredible 6 times.