The Dutch Amateur Championship was first played in 1898 and is the leading amateur strokeplay event in the Netherlands.
In 1931 it was first played at Eindhovensche Golf and since the year 2000, Eindhovensche Golf has permanently hosted the event (until recently under the co‐name "Brabants Open").
A challenging field of 78 male and 42 female players gives it its unique character. Apart from the best Dutch homeplayers, we have had participants from UK, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Sweden, Finland, Iceland and South Africa over the past years.
The tournament is played over 72 holes (strokeplay) and is known to be very well run, with loads of attention to detail both on and off the golfcourse.
For the winners we have wild cards to major golf tournaments available, including the KLM Dutch Open for the male winner.