International Series England qualifier at Foxhills gives pro golfers and elite amateurs a shot at the big time

    Professional golfers and elite amateurs in the UK can compete for the chance to play against some of the biggest names in world golf at the International Series England, the Asian Tour sanctioned tournament from 8-11 August.

    Registration is now open for a qualifying event at Foxhills Club & Resort, just south of London, where a field of 144 will battle it out over 18 holes of strokeplay on 17 June on the club’s iconic Longcross course, with rolling first-tee starts from 0700.

    Six places will be available for the fourth tournament of The International Series 2024 schedule, which will feature top talent from around the world including the cream of the Asian Tour and players from LIV Golf League roster.

    The International Series, the set of 10 elevated events on the Asian Tour calendar, provides a pathway for golfers from all round the world onto the LIV Golf League. The series also offers a platform for emerging local talent to gain valuable experience and developing each of the territories visited over the course of the season.

    Pro golfers and elite amateurs with handicaps below five can find more details and register for the qualifying tournament here. The registration deadline is 1900 on 9 June.

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