The Jack Kirkham Sudbury Salver
The ‘Salver’ was originally played to honour a long standing Sudbury member Jack Kirkham, in recognition of him winning over 50 major Club competitions. He also set a new course record of 65 in 1968 which stood for 21 years. It is a 36 hole scratch open championship and 2018 saw the 50th playing of the competition.
Past winners have included European Tour player and now Sky TV pundit Richard Boxall, former Walker Cup players Ricky Willison, Liam White and Matthew Richardson and the 1999 Australian Amateur and Lytham Trophy winner Warren Bennett. The current holder is Tom Nagle from Pinner Hill Golf Club.
The 2019 championship will be held on Saturday 4th May. The tournament is limited to 50 players with a maximum Handicap of 8 – Entries Close on Friday 26th April 2019.
Download an entry form here 2019 Sudbury Salver Entry Form
Entry is open to boys & girls who are under 19 years of age on 1st January 2018 with handicaps up to a maximum of – Boy’s: 28 – Girls: 36
Download an entry form here Junior Open Entry Form 2018