Royal Liverpool Golf Club will host The Duke of York Young Champions Trophy from 12th to 14th September, 2017.
The Royal Liverpool Golf Club is located in the small town of Hoylake which is in the Northwest corner of the Wirral Peninsula. Set up in 1869 it is one of the oldest seaside golf courses, second only to ‘Westward Ho!’ in Devon. It is an 18-hole, ‘seaside links’ course that was originally built on a racetrack. Over the years there have been a number of other changes to the golf course in order to keep up with modern technology and the ‘big hitters’ of today. There have also been a number of changes to the Clubhouse and most recently went under restoration in 2006 to host The Open. Royal Liverpool Golf Club has hosted The Open 12 times since 1897.