Club History

1992 The PGA European Tour – Seniors Won by Neil Coles

1993 The PGA European Tour – Seniors  Won by Tommy Horton

1994 The PGA European Tour – Seniors Won by Liam Higgins

1995 The PGA European Tour – Seniors Won by Neil Coles

1995 The British Masters – Won by Sam Torrence

1996 The PGA European Tour – Seniors Won by David Huish

1996 The British Masters – Won by Robert Allenby

1997 The PGA European Tour – Seniors Won by Neil Coles

2005 The PGA EuroPro Tour – Won by Robert McGuirk

2005 The PGA European Tour – Seniors Won by Guiseppe Cali

2006 The PGA EuroPro Tour – Won by Andrew Willey

2007 The PGA EuroPro Tour – Won by Guy Woodman

2008 The PGA EuroPro Tour – Won by Alan Murray

2009 The PGA EuroPro Tour – Won by Steve Surry

2011 EWGA Open Mid-Am Open Champs – Won by Claire Smith

2012 The PGA EuroPro Tour – Won by James Hepworth

2013 The PGA EuroPro Tour – Won by Alex Belt

2015 Qualifying School, European Tour – Won by Darryn Lloyd

2016 Qualifying School, European Tour – Won by Simon Griffiths

2017 The PGA EuroPro Tour – Won by Alex Belt

In the early 1970’s, Johnny Miller emerged from a league of professional golfers to become one of the world’s greatest players. Johnny has won over 24 PGA Tour events in his career, two major championships and other international championships worldwide. As a result, Johnny has established himself as one of the golfing greats and has been recognized as such with his election to the World Golf Hall of Fame. Using all the skills and guile amassed over many years of tournament golf at the highest level, Johnny then designed a testing 6,776 yard par 72, Collingtree Park Golf Course.

“Great Britain is sacred ground for me … I’ve always wanted to design a course on British soil. We tried very hard to design a course that would speak to today’s player and, at the same time, preserve the natural beauty of the land and the sense of tradition that’s so much a part of golf in the British Isles.”
– Johnny Miller

Darren Clarke (2011 Open Championship and 2006 Ryder Cup winner) still to this day holds the  professional course record at 62 – 10 under Par whilst playing in the 1995 British Masters.

Today Collingtree Park Golf Club is one of the county’s most esteemed golf courses that encourages members and non-members to enjoy its fantastic facilities.