The Legends Tour will return to the JCB Golf & Country Club – from 3-5 August 2023 – following the hugely successful JCB Championship – more than 7,000 spectators – at the venue last year, with 2011 Open champion Darren Clarke returning as tournament host (he was the host in 2022 too).
The announcement comes at an exciting time for the Legends Tour. The upcoming season promises to be the biggest since its rebranding with larger fields and record-breaking prize money as well as new venues hosting major events like Ireland’s Seapoint Golf Links and Trump International Golf Links Aberdeen.
2022 JCB Championship – Results
Alex Cejka’s final round two-under-par 70 was enough to give him a 2-shot victory over 2014 Ryder Cup-winning captain Paul McGinley. The prize fund was €600,000.
Host Darren Clarke finished in a tie for 3rd place on 8 under par alongside the South African pair of Retief Goosen, a two-time US Open champion, and James Kingston.
John Daly was among those who made the trip to the West Midlands in 2022. Daly, who also won the Open Championship in 1995, was joined by four-time major champion Ernie Els, a 28-time winner on the DP World Tour with 19 victories also coming on the PGA Tour.