Clere Golf to enhance the England Golf championship experience

England Golf is delighted to announce that Clere Golf will act as our preferred yardage book and scorecard supplier for the next two years of championships.

England Golf is delighted to announce that Clere Golf will act as our preferred yardage book and scorecard supplier for the next two years of championships.

Clere Golf is a market-leading graphic communications company who specialises in golf course mapping, graphic design and digital media for the golf industry.

From their UK base in Berkshire, Clere Golf supports over 1000 golf clubs, resorts and golf brands across the globe to manage every aspect of their business.

England Golf will utilise Clere Golf’s expertise to produce bespoke scorecards for over 50 world-class championship and handicap competitions during the season.

In addition, Clere Golf will supply bespoke player edition yardage books for our main championships as well as offering club edition yardage books for venues that host smaller England Golf events during the season.

England Golf’s director of championships, James Crampton, said: “Clere Golf has earned a worldwide reputation for excellence in their field in partnership with some of the biggest names in golf.

“We already pride ourselves in providing world-class championships for both our elite and handicap golfers and this new agreement with Clere will only enhance the experience we offer our competitors.

“Clubs that host an England Golf championship can also make use of Clere Golf’s services and this is something which will benefit them beyond the duration of the event.”

On behalf of Clere Golf, director Steve Richardson said: “Having worked with James and his team for a number of years I’m delighted that we are now able to advance our association with England Golf.

“Our business supports all aspects of elite amateur, professional and club golf around the world through our surveying services and player material be it course guides, scorecards, player apps or green books.

“Being recognised by the governing body for amateur golf in England is truly fantastic.”