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Golf

Many of the Regions and Branches of the Institution run social and competitive golf during the year. However, The Thomas Telford Trophy is the highlight of the Golf Section year – it is an annual competition between teams of four players from each of the Regions/Branches of the Institution. The first Thomas Telford Trophy was held at Wentworth Golf Club in 1986, when Sir William Francis, then chairman of the Civil Engineers’ Club and of Thomas Telford Ltd, presented the cup to the winning Yorkshire team.

The 2018 trophy was held on Monday 3rd at Notts Golf Club, Hollinwell, when the North East region were the winners. For a summary report of the day please click on the link below.

TT 2018 Summary report for CEC

The 2019 playing of the Thomas Telford Trophy will be held on Sunday and Monday 1 and 2 September 2019 at the Hilton Templepatrick Golf and Country Club, Northern Ireland. Click below for further information:

2019 Flyer

For details of your Region/Branch Team Organiser contact the Golf Secretary:

Martyn Taylor

Tel: (01444) 484306                         (01444) 484306
Email: [email protected]

A full list of previous venues and winners is as follows:-

      Date – Venue – Winning Region/Local Association

  • 2018 – Hollinwell, East Midlands
  • 2017 – Pannal – Northern Ireland
  • 2016 – Hillside – Northern Ireland
  • 2015 – Forest of Arden – North East
  • 2014 – Gullane – North East
  • 2013 – Royal Cinque Ports – West Midlands
  • 2012 – Remedy Oak – West of Scotland
  • 2011 – Western Gailes – South East
  • 2010 – Slaley Hall – North East
  • 2009 – Twenty Ten, Celtic Manor – North East
  • 2008 – Royal Ashdown Forest – North East
  • 2007 – Royal Portrush – Northern Ireland
  • 2006 – Moor Allerton – London
  • 2005 – Woodhall Spa – East Midlands
  • 2004 – Moor Park – Yorkshire
  • 2003 – Royal St. Georges – East Midlands
  • 2002 – Blairgowrie – North Western
  • 2001 – Prestwick – Glasgow & West of Scotland
  • 2000 – Gog Magog – Edinburgh & East of Scotland
  • 1999 – Bowood – Glasgow & West of Scotland
  • 1998 – Ganton – North Western
  • 1997 – Royal Birkdale – Yorkshire
  • 1996 – Brancepeth Castle – Yorkshire
  • 1995 – East Sussex National – North Western
  • 1994 – Dalmahoy – London
  • 1993 – Betchworth – Southern
  • 1992 – Royal Porthcawl – Edinburgh & East of Scotland
  • 1991 – Royal Portrush – South Wales
  • 1990 – Walsall – Midlands
  • 1989 – Royal Troon – Midlands
  • 1988 – Royal Lytham & St. Annes – North Western
  • 1987 – Moortown – North Western
  • 1986 – Wentworth – Yorkshire