Royal Liverpool Golf Club
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Royal Liverpool Golf Club (or Hoylake as it's often known) has in recent times re-emerged as one of The R&A's Open Championship venues. After a 39 year gap, Tiger won here in 2009. He was majestic from tee to green, respecting the penal rough and favouring a long iron off the tee throughout the four days. Rory McIlroy lifted the Claret Jug in 2014 and we'll be heading back to this great links course in 2023. The members play a slightly different routing to the course used in The Open, as they begin their round with a long and challenging dogleg par 4, with an internal out of bounds striking fear from the get go. The pro's play 17 and 18 to start and then tackle this fiendish hole as their 3rd. In 2019, the Club’s 150th anniversary, the Walker Cup returned to Hoylake having made its last appearance in 1983. The Match was a wonderful addition to the celebrations of Royal Liverpool’s proud history and important role in the development of the amateur game.