The Lee Westwood Trophy

******* Unfortunately, due to clashes with the midland and Yorkshire qualifiers for the brabazon trophy, Rotherham golf club has regrettably taken the decision to cancel the 2021 Westwood trophy.Every effort will be made to hold the event in 2022. *******

Officially known as The Rotherham Golf Club Open Strokeplay Championship, this annual World Amateur Golf Ranking PING/EGU order of merit 72-hole event is one of our major highlights of the season.

The event, which takes place over three days (36 holes on the final day) in August, has attracted overseas players from China, South Africa, Australia, Holland, as well as English international players, and has gone from strength to strength over the years.

Staged since 2005, the competition always draws a high-quality field and invariably features some spectacular golf. That first year saw the course record of 65 beaten. It had been held jointly for 10 years by Lee Westwood himself and Ian Garbutt, but broken by Simon Coumbe of Pontefract Golf Club with a magnificent 62 in the second round. Winners include David Horsey (European Tour Player and BMW International Open Champion) and arguably the greatest amateur golfer England has ever produced, Gary Wolstenholme.

The event is run like clockwork by a team of eager volunteers from the club.

2019 Winner - David Hague

Conditions of Entry


Past Champions

2005James Mason
2006David Horsey (European Tour Player & BMW International Open Champion)
2007Greg Blainey
2008Gary Wolstenholm (Past Walker Cup Player & Current EuroPro Tour Player
2009Adam Keogh (England International Player)
2010Ben Loughrey (England International Player)
2011Ashley Chesters
2012Darren Timms
2013Joe Dean
2014Joe Dean
2015Sam Haywood
2016Nick Poppleton
2017Andrew Wilson
2018Ben Schmidt