The Peter McEvoy Trophy is a prestigious 72 hole scratch stroke-play medal competition, played over two consecutive days by boys and girls aged under 18, held annually at Copt Heath Golf Club.
Since its inception in 1981, the Peter McEvoy Trophy has been the traditional curtain-raiser to the junior golf season and is arguably the most prestigious Great British and Irish amateur mixed entry competition for young golfers.
The Legendary British Amateur golfer joined Copt Heath Golf Club aged 13. Following Peter’s Amateur Championship victories in 1977 and 1978, the Club made him an Honorary Life Member and hosts the annual Peter McEvoy Trophy to commemorate his achievements.
The Trophy has an enviable list of former winners, several of whom have gone on to play in the Walker Cup and many more have enjoyed successful professional careers. 2021 was the first year that entry had been open to girls and three of them, all England Internationals, dominated the event from start to finish.
The countdown is on for the 43rd Peter McEvoy Trophy at Copt Heath Golf Club. You can keep up with all the latest news, information and tournament schedules right here.