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Yorkshire is home to some breathtaking world class golf courses. SGH Events is offering you the amazing opportunity to golf in the footsteps of some of the most elite players from Europe and the USA. This Ryder Cup three day, stay and play event enables you to navigate three previous Ryder Cup venues together with a three night stay at the luxurious five star Grantley Hall in Yorkshire.

Over the years the Ryder Cup has become one of the world’s greatest sporting events. Your first visit will be to Moortown Golf Club, designed by the world famous golf course architect Dr Alister MacKenzie. The course hosted the first Ryder Cup on British soil in 1929. Next is the beautiful Lindrick Golf Club which is always in the heart of British golf enthusiasts as it was here that Great Britain and Ireland beat the USA in the 1957 Ryder Cup after a dry spell of twenty-four years. The last day will be spent at Ganton Golf Club, ranked in the top 30 of Europe’s Championship courses hosting many National and International tournaments, including hosting the Ryder Cup in 1949. 

Grantley Hall specialises in opulence offering four indulgent restaurants to choose from, one of which is created by Michelin star Chef Shaun Rankin. The Three Graces Spa holds wellness at its core with several pools, a cedar hot tub, sauna, steam room and snow room with a tranquil relaxation area. Indulge yourself with one of their treatments to recuperate after a day out on the course.

You will have executive travel to and from the sites and to end this special event you will be joined for your last dining experience by either Mark James, who represented Great Britain and Ireland or Europe in the Ryder Cup seven times including when he captained the team in 1999. Or Howard Clark who played in the Ryder Cup six times and was on three winning European teams.

Day 1: Moortown Golf Club

Yorkshire is home to some breathtaking world class golf courses. SGH Events is offering you the amazing opportunity to golf in the footsteps of some of the most elite players from Europe and the USA. This Ryder Cup three day, stay and play event enables you to navigate three previous Ryder Cup venues together with a three night stay at the luxurious five star Grantley Hall in Yorkshire.

Over the years the Ryder Cup has become one of the world’s greatest sporting events. Your first visit will be to Moortown Golf Club, designed by the world famous golf course architect Dr Alister MacKenzie. The course hosted the first Ryder Cup on British soil in 1929. Next is the beautiful Lindrick Golf Club which is always in the heart of British golf enthusiasts as it was here that Great Britain and Ireland beat the USA in the 1957 Ryder Cup after a dry spell of twenty-four years. The last day will be spent at Ganton Golf Club, ranked in the top 30 of Europe’s Championship courses hosting many National and International tournaments, including hosting the Ryder Cup in 1949. 

Grantley Hall specialises in opulence offering four indulgent restaurants to choose from, one of which is created by Michelin star Chef Shaun Rankin. The Three Graces Spa holds wellness at its core with several pools, a cedar hot tub, sauna, steam room and snow room with a tranquil relaxation area. Indulge yourself with one of their treatments to recuperate after a day out on the course.

You will have executive travel to and from the sites and to end this special event you will be joined for your last dining experience by either Mark James, who represented Great Britain and Ireland or Europe in the Ryder Cup seven times including when he captained the team in 1999. Or Howard Clark who played in the Ryder Cup six times and was on three winning European teams.


Day 2: Lindrick Golf Club

Yorkshire is home to some breathtaking world class golf courses. SGH Events is offering you the amazing opportunity to golf in the footsteps of some of the most elite players from Europe and the USA. This Ryder Cup three day, stay and play event enables you to navigate three previous Ryder Cup venues together with a three night stay at the luxurious five star Grantley Hall in Yorkshire.

Over the years the Ryder Cup has become one of the world’s greatest sporting events. Your first visit will be to Moortown Golf Club, designed by the world famous golf course architect Dr Alister MacKenzie. The course hosted the first Ryder Cup on British soil in 1929. Next is the beautiful Lindrick Golf Club which is always in the heart of British golf enthusiasts as it was here that Great Britain and Ireland beat the USA in the 1957 Ryder Cup after a dry spell of twenty-four years. The last day will be spent at Ganton Golf Club, ranked in the top 30 of Europe’s Championship courses hosting many National and International tournaments, including hosting the Ryder Cup in 1949. 

Grantley Hall specialises in opulence offering four indulgent restaurants to choose from, one of which is created by Michelin star Chef Shaun Rankin. The Three Graces Spa holds wellness at its core with several pools, a cedar hot tub, sauna, steam room and snow room with a tranquil relaxation area. Indulge yourself with one of their treatments to recuperate after a day out on the course.

You will have executive travel to and from the sites and to end this special event you will be joined for your last dining experience by either Mark James, who represented Great Britain and Ireland or Europe in the Ryder Cup seven times including when he captained the team in 1999. Or Howard Clark who played in the Ryder Cup six times and was on three winning European teams.


Day 3: Ganton Golf Club

Yorkshire is home to some breathtaking world class golf courses. SGH Events is offering you the amazing opportunity to golf in the footsteps of some of the most elite players from Europe and the USA. This Ryder Cup three day, stay and play event enables you to navigate three previous Ryder Cup venues together with a three night stay at the luxurious five star Grantley Hall in Yorkshire.

Over the years the Ryder Cup has become one of the world’s greatest sporting events. Your first visit will be to Moortown Golf Club, designed by the world famous golf course architect Dr Alister MacKenzie. The course hosted the first Ryder Cup on British soil in 1929. Next is the beautiful Lindrick Golf Club which is always in the heart of British golf enthusiasts as it was here that Great Britain and Ireland beat the USA in the 1957 Ryder Cup after a dry spell of twenty-four years. The last day will be spent at Ganton Golf Club, ranked in the top 30 of Europe’s Championship courses hosting many National and International tournaments, including hosting the Ryder Cup in 1949. 

Grantley Hall specialises in opulence offering four indulgent restaurants to choose from, one of which is created by Michelin star Chef Shaun Rankin. The Three Graces Spa holds wellness at its core with several pools, a cedar hot tub, sauna, steam room and snow room with a tranquil relaxation area. Indulge yourself with one of their treatments to recuperate after a day out on the course.

You will have executive travel to and from the sites and to end this special event you will be joined for your last dining experience by either Mark James, who represented Great Britain and Ireland or Europe in the Ryder Cup seven times including when he captained the team in 1999. Or Howard Clark who played in the Ryder Cup six times and was on three winning European teams.