Duke of Edinburgh Cup 2024 golf
The Duke of Edinburgh Cup KFE
The Duke of Edinburgh Cup KFE

Dust off your golf clubs as we are delighted to announce that we are co-hosting The Duke of Edinburgh Cup Qualifier again this year alongside Titchwell Manor and Eric’s Fish & Chips – and supporting a brand new charity.

Taking place on Friday 26th April at Norfolk’s prestigious Hunstanton Golf Club, the East of England Qualifier will see participants compete across 18 holes for a place in the eagerly-anticipated The Duke of Edinburgh Cup World Finals held in Windsor in September.

The day will begin with tea, coffee and bacon rolls and finish with a three-course meal and prize-giving evening at Titchwell Manor, where the top-scoring pair will be announced and invited to The Duke of Edinburgh Cup World Finals. Here they will compete over two top courses before playing a round on The Royal Household Course at Windsor Castle. Also included in the prize are five nights’ accommodation and a gala dinner at Windsor Castle in the presence of a senior member of the Royal Family. 

It is the third year we have hosted The Duke of Edinburgh Cup Qualifier, raising over £36,000 in the process for The Duke of Edinburgh nominated charities.

This year, we are delighted to announce that the tournament will support a new charity – Adapted Sports Hub Trust, which provides accessible sports facilities for children and adults with disabilities in Norfolk. It is currently fundraising for a £3m Paralympic-style facility in Kings Lynn to include a sports hall, changing facilities and sensory room, all adapted to suit those with disabilities.

The trust received an early boost to its efforts when it was presented with a cheque for £10,000 last week courtesy of KFE and Titchwell Manor via The Duke of Edinburgh Cup.

Paul Williams, Managing Director at KFE, comments: “If you’re a keen golfer, up for a challenge and want to help raise money for a worthy cause, please join us for The Duke of Edinburgh Cup 2024 East of England Qualifier. It’s a fantastic day, and if you are fortunate enough to win the qualifier, taking part in the World Finals is an unforgettable experience.”

Tickets cost £450 per pair or £900 for a team of four. All proceeds will go to Adapted Sports Hub Trust. 

To book your place or for further information, contact eric@titchwellmanor.com or paul.williams@kfeltd.co.uk

The Duke of Edinburgh Cup, founded by the late HRH Prince Philip, raises funds through a programme of national amateur golf events around the world for charities supporting children and young people in need or assisting in improving their lives.