About Faldo Series
Many of golf’s young superstars have launched their careers through the Faldo Series.
Sir Nick Faldo created the Faldo Series (charity number 1102719) in 1996 to give opportunity to young people through golf and to help identify and nurture the next generation of champions.
38 annual tournaments now take place in 28 countries worldwide, spanning the UK, Europe, South America, the Middle East and Asia. Boys and girls aged 12 to 21 can take part.
Thousands of talented golfers benefit from a unique combination of tournament experience and expert advice, including support and advice from Faldo himself.
The leading players qualify for either the Faldo Series Europe Grand Final in Ireland or the Faldo Series Asia Grand Final in China. Both World Amateur Golf Ranking events are hosted by the six-time Major Champion.
Faldo Series past winners include Major Champions Rory McIlroy and Yani Tseng, plus Tour winners Nick Dougherty, Oliver Fisher, Marc Warren, John Parry, Rashid Khan, Melissa Reid, Florentyna Parker and Carly Booth.
A successful not-for-profit organisation that is raising the profile of golf around the world.
The Faldo Series also aims to create access to the sport for a younger audience through grass-roots initiatives at its tournaments.
A registered charity, the Faldo Series is underwritten by Faldo and supported by golf's governing bodies. In total, more than 7,000 young people benefit from the programme each year.