Twickenham has been transformed into a incredible nine hole golf course this weekend - Ruck

Twickenham has been transformed into a incredible nine hole golf course this weekend

For the first time in history, Twickenham Stadium is saying goodbye to rugby and hello to golf for just four days, as the famous pitch is turned into a 9-hole golf course.

During this weekend, players will be putting their skills to the test from the nine tee boxes around the stadium bowl, hitting shots onto the related green situated on the pitch.

Each hole has a thrilling setup that feels different to any other course. Your score will be determined by the accuracy of your tee shot at every hole.


In addition to the 9-hole course, playersl receive access to The Clubhouse, plus plenty of other options to add on, including golf simulators, a putting and chipping challenge, hitting platform and even tours of the England Changing Rooms.

The event is designed for all skill levels from avid weekend golfers to those who have never picked up a club before!

All golfers received 18 balls, with the option to purchase enhanced packages that include extra balls, access to golf simulators and various food and drink offerings.

You can still buy tickets by clicking here.

Wales boss Warren Gatland handed ‘impossible’ Rugby World Cup draw

With a number of Wales stars quitting, and Georgia and Fiji coming into the tournament on good form, it could mean it’s an early flight home for Warren Gatland’s men.

Even worse, if they somehow finished fourth in their pool they’d be forced to qualify for the 2027 Rugby World Cup.

The 2023 tournament will take place between 8 September and 21 October 2023.

World Rugby chairman Sir Bill Beaumont said: “The draw is a key milestone on the journey to Rugby World Cup France 2023, and the time when the tournament truly comes to life for teams and players alike.

“It enables key operational elements to be undertaken such as venue allocation, optimal match schedule development and the ticketing programme.”




  1. New Zealand
  2. France
  3. Italy
  4. Uruguay
  5. Namibia


  • Sep 8: France vs New Zealand (Pool A) – Stade de France, Saint-Denis
  • Sep 9: Italy vs Namibia (Pool A) – Stade Geoffroy Guichard, Saint-Etienne
  • Sep 14: France vs Uruguay (Pool A) – Stade Pierre Mauroy, Lille
  • Sep 15: New Zealand vs Namibia (Pool A) – Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse
  • Sep 20: Italy vs Uruguay (Pool A) – Stade de Nice, Nice
  • Sep 21: France vs Namibia (Pool A) – Stade Velodrome, Marseille
  • Sep 27: Uruguay vs Namibia (Pool A) – Parc OL, Lyon
  • Sep 29: New Zealand vs Italy (Pool A) – Parc OL, Lyon
  • Oct 5: New Zealand vs Uruguay (Pool A) – Parc OL, Lyon
  • Oct 6: France vs Italy (Pool A) – Parc OL, Lyon
France team to play Wales
Antoine Dupont of France calls for the mark during the Six Nations Championship match between England and France at Twickenham Stadium, Twickenham, London on March 13 2021. – PHOTO: Micah Crook/PPAUK