Yorkshire golfers are being asked to nominate their favourite hole in he county as part of a search to find the best courses for amateurs.
The Grass Roots Golf Award is open to any club which doesn’t currently host professional events, and nominations are submitted via an online vote.
Anyone who submits a hole will be entered into a prize draw for the chance to win a £280 Scotty Cameron putter, while the winning club will receive a commemorative plaque and a £500 donation to The Golf Foundation, which aims to make the game more accessible to young players.
Criteria such as natural beauty, difficulty levels and innovative use of course features will all be taken into account once the selected finalists are put to a public vote.
Golfers and golf club employees across Yorkshire can nominate their local course by simply submitting a photograph or video of their favourite golf hole to https://www.businessinsurancefor.com/grass-roots-golf-award and write up to 100 words on why they have chosen the hole. The deadline is October 31.