21 September 2011 Last Updated: 27 June 2013

By TG Courses editor

After hundreds of matchplay duels over five months of gruelling, competitive regional brackets in England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales, the Four Nations successful finalists are ready to represent their country and attempt to win the title of Champion Golf Nation of the Year.

The Final of the Four Nations Golf Challenge 2011 (FNGC) is hosted at The Oxfordshire Golf Club in the Chiltern Hills from Sunday 25th to Wednesday 28th September.

The four-day competition is open to the public and is set to be covered by Sky Sports.

The four National finalist teams of twelve men and ladies from England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales will descend on the award winning Rees Jones-designed American parkland style layout  at The Oxfordshire.

This spectacular rolling track is owned by Leaderboard Golf, which also boasts some of South England’s best golf courses; Chart Hills (Kent), Dale Hill (East Sussex) and Sandford Springs (Hampshire).

During the Grand Final players will stay in The Oxfordshire’s newly opened four-star hotel, where they will be able to relax and revitalise in the ‘Tempus Spa’, gym and swimming pool after the tournament days.

Format for the Grand Final will be Fourball Betterball, Matchplay and will consist of two 18 holes semi-finals followed by an 18 holes Play-Off for third and fourth place and of course, the 18 holes Final itself. The winners of this will be crowned the Champion Golf Nation of the Year.

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