The stars of golf help Centurion Club celebrate its 10th Birthday

Centurion Club in Hertfordshire celebrated its 10th birthday with back-to-back tournament weeks of star-studded golf from some of the world’s top players. LIV Golf London 2023 saw the likes of Cameron Smith, Brooks Koepka, Phil Mickelson, Patrick Reed and Dustin Johnson compete in front of over 45,000 fans, whilst Nelly Korda, Charley Hull, Leona Maguire and Georgia Hall graced the fairways in the LET Aramco Team Series tournament.

Cameron Smith took home the individual honours at the LIV event with a score of -14, with the 4 Aces taking the team event in a thrilling finish. For the Ladies, world number 2, Nelly Korda, took the individual title, with Georgia Hall and her team triumphing in the team event with a one-shot victory.

Commenting on the momentous two weeks of golf, Managing Director Scott Evans said “What a way to for us to mark our 10th birthday; everyone at the Club has worked incredibly hard to make sure things went smoothly and the feedback from players and officials alike has been wonderful.”
When Centurion Club opened its doors in 2013, it promised golfers a club with a difference, with fewer rules and regulations, allowing members to enjoy a new type of lifestyle club, which encourages an entrepreneurial spirit to thrive.

10 years on and the Club has achieved this and much, much more, with a burgeoning membership, superb golf course and off course facilities. To allow the members to celebrate the milestone in the Club’s history, a 10th anniversary party was held ahead of the tournaments.

Supporting Evans in the development of the Club since its inception are Dutch partners, Bert Pronk and Andre Hendriks. In the past decade they have helped oversee the maturing of a widely acclaimed 18-hole golf course and ever improving clubhouse and practice facilities. In addition, plans have recently been submitted for an additional 9 holes, work on which will start as soon as approved.

In addition to hosting the inaugural LIV Golf event in 2022 and the Aramco Team Series events, the Club has also hosted the GolfSixes event on the European Tour in 2019 and the Paddy Power Shoot-Out, the first golf event played in the UK post the Covid pandemic.

Centurion Club members and their guests benefit from a relaxed yet attentive service from the young and enthusiastic golf team, headed up by General Manager Michael Duffy and Director of Golf Peter Holland, with none of the bureaucracy that bedevils many traditional golf clubs.

With views across the lake to the 18th green, the clubhouse at Centurion Club is a contemporary stone building with a stunning courtyard restaurant and bar, locker room and business meeting rooms. The clubhouse is also home to a sympathetically designed restaurant, which is open to the public, with Head Chef, Calvin Hill and his team overseeing an exciting, seasonal menu.

Commenting on the milestone of reaching 10 years old, Scott Evans added: “Nobody thought we could achieve what we have done here at Centurion Club, but I’m delighted to have proved the doubters wrong and shown that there is a place for the type of forward-thinking club we have created. Great credit must go to all the staff and the members who have backed us all the way and are so proud of the club that has evolved.”

Golfers wishing to join Centurion Club can choose from a variety of membership options, including a Senate (shareholding) Life Membership, Centurion Certificate, Corporate, International and Business categories.

For more information contact Lee-Anne Macdonnell on 01442 510520 or email

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As an avid golfer since the age of eleven Dan lives and breathes all things golf.  With a current handicap of eleven he gets out and plays as often as his work life (and girlfriend) allows. Dan confesses to still being like a kid at Christmas when it comes to seeing the latest golf equipment. Having served as GolfPunk’s Deputy Editor, and resident golf geek for the past 13 years and working for golf's oldest brand, John Letters Dan brings to GOLF RETAILING an excellent understanding of the sector.