National tournament staged at new JCB Golf and Country Club state-of-the-art course

The impressive state-of-the-art golf course built by JCB at Rocester.

GOLFERS from around the country descended on the JCB Golf and Country Club state-of-the-art course to compete in the inaugural national Masters Pairs tournament.
But it was North Staffordshire pair Rich Brough and Gareth Morris who emerged victorious up against a strong entry including former England footballer David Platt.
The Trentham Park duo scored 42 points to win the better-ball stableford format on the impressive 18-hole course, which stands adjacent to JCB Headquarters at Rocester.
They are now planning their five-night trip to America, courtesy of competition hosts Tailormade Luxury Holidays, which will include a day at the Augusta Masters.
The £30m course has taken four years to build, with the intention of attracting major tournaments featuring the world’s top professionals.