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Royal Liverpool Golf Club, Hoylake has been named as the venue for the 2019 Walker Cup match. We look forward to hosting this event in our 150th year.
The R&A has announced that Royal Liverpool Golf Club will host The Open Championship in 2014. It will be the 12th time the Hoylake links has hosted golf's oldest Major.Golfing World TV - Course Report & History
In a thrilling finish, the women from Great Britain and Ireland regain the Curtis Cup.
The American side celebrate success. Tied going into the final series of matches, they dominate the singles to retain the Cup.
Played in the club's Centenary year, he defeats Bill Hyndman in the final to win the fourth of five Amateur Championships.
The popular Argentinian holds off Jack Nicklaus to become the champion.Link to 1967 video
The Australian wins his third Open, he would go on to win five in all.Link to 1956 video
The first Irish winner of the Open here at Hoylake.Link to 1947 video
Alf Padgham wins the 1936 Open at Hoylake.
The inaugural Championship of England first played at Hoylake and won by a member of the club.
The flamboyant champion claims the second of his four open wins.Link to 1924 video
The first match between the two sides. They were opponents again the following year in the first Walker Cup Match.
The only member of the Great Triumvirate to win an Open at Hoylake.
John Ball claims his record eighth Amateur Championship at Westward Ho! at the age of fifty.
Harold Hilton becomes one of the very few overseas players to win the US Amateur Championship. His dramatic victory in the final at Apawamis, New York coming at the 37th Hole.
The Frenchman becomes the first winner from Continental Europe.
Scotland defeat England. The inaugural match which would in time become The Home Internationals.
On his home course Harold Hilton claims his second Open win as an amateur, defeating a very strong field of professionals including the Great Triumvirate of Harry Vardon, J.H Taylor and James Braid.
Amy Pascoe beats fellow Englishwoman Lena Thomson 3&2 in the fourth playing of the event and the first time it was played at Hoylake.
The new clubhouse, very much as it is today.
The Great Hoylake amateur wins his second Amateur Championship on his home course. In the same year he would become the first Englishman and amateur to win The Open at Prestwick.
Recognised as the first Amateur Championship, a tournament conceived and organised by Royal Liverpool Golf Club.
The foundation of the club and the beginnings for all things. For many years they met in rooms at the Royal Hotel on Stanley Road.