Betfred British Masters 2022 European Tour: field, tickets, when, where is the Belfry and who won in 2021?

This year’s tournament returns to the West Midlands

The British Masters 2022 is almost upon us, and some of the biggest names in golf are set to descend on the West Midlands.

Taking place at the iconic Belfry course, here’s all you need to know ahead of the start of the tournament, who is playing at the tournament, and information on how you can watch.

When is the Betfred British Masters 2022?

One of the biggest dates on the UK sporting calendar, the British Masters begins on Thursday, 5 May.

There are four consecutive days of golf, with things wrapping up on Sunday, 8 May.

This is the second consecutive year the tournament has taken place at The Belfry in Sutton Coldfield.

The last time it wasn’t held at the iconic course was in 2020 when Close House Golf Course in Newcastle-upon-Tyne played host.

What is the format of the tournament?

Each player will play four rounds of golf, this is one each day of the tournament. Each round will see players test their skills against 18 holes of one of the most famous courses in European golf.

Players will start their rounds as early as 7.30am on Thursday and Friday and 7am on Saturday and Sunday.

Each day’s play will finish as late as 5pm, possibly 6pm on Friday and Saturday.

The winner of the 2022 tournament will receive over £1.6 million.

Can I get tickets?

Tickets for all four days of the tournament remain on sale through the official website of the Betfred British Masters .

General admission prices start at £40, and tickets are also available in The Wishaw Suite for £420.

Who will be playing at the Belfry?

The 2022 tournament will be a mix of experienced heads and players fresh to the European Tour scene.

Amongst the lineup is Lee Westwood, who is one of few players to have won a major tournament on five continents - Europe, North America, Asia, Africa and Oceania.

He is also an iconic Ryder Cup player and former number one ranked golfer in the world.

Other stand out names include Italian Edoardo Molinari who is a three times European Tour winner and who was a member of Team Europe for the 2010 Ryder Cup win.

2022 Betfred British Masters field:

  • Maverick Antcliff
  • Marcus Armitage
  • Adri Arnaus
  • Oliver Bekker
  • Nino Bertasio
  • Wil Besseling
  • Lucas Bjerregaard
  • Alexander Björk
  • Thomas Bjørn
  • Richard Bland
  • Steven Brown
  • Julien Brun
  • Dean Burmester
  • Rafa Cabrera Bello
  • Jonathan Caldwell
  • Jorge Campillo
  • Alejandro Cañizares
  • Laurie Canter
  • John Catlin
  • S.S.P. Chawrasia
  • Ashley Chesters
  • George Coetzee
  • Sean Crocker
  • Thomas Detry
  • Jamie Donaldson
  • Bradley Dredge
  • David Drysdale
  • Victor Dubuisson
  • Paul Dunne
  • Nacho Elvira
  • Gonzalo Fdez-Castaño
  • Ewen Ferguson
  • Darren Fichardt
  • Oliver Fisher
  • Ross Fisher
  • Grant Forrest
  • Ryan Fox
  • Lorenzo Gagli
  • Stephen Gallacher
  • Sebastian Garcia Rodriguez
  • Daniel Gavins
  • Ricardo Gouveia
  • Gavin Green
  • Julien Guerrier
  • Chase Hanna
  • Joachim B. Hansen
  • Justin Harding
  • Benjamin Hebert
  • Sebastian Heisele
  • Nicolai Højgaard
  • Rasmus Højgaard
  • David Horsey
  • Sam Horsfield
  • David Howell
  • Craig Howie
  • Daan Huizing
  • Greig Hutcheon
  • Raphaël Jacquelin
  • Scott Jamieson
  • Jazz Janewattananond
  • Matthew Jordan
  • Rikard Karlberg
  • Masahiro Kawamura
  • Adam Keogh
  • Marcus Kinhult
  • Espen Kofstad
  • Mikko Korhonen
  • Frederic Lacroix
  • Joakim Lagergren
  • Romain Langasque
  • Francesco Laporta
  • Pablo Larrazábal
  • David Law
  • Thriston Lawrence
  • Hugo Leon
  • Tom Lewis
  • Haotong Li
  • Zander Lombard
  • Hurly Long
  • Mike Lorenzo-Vera
  • Joost Luiten
  • Robert Macintyre
  • Richard Mcevoy
  • Ross Mcgowan
  • Adrian Meronk
  • Guido Migliozzi
  • Edoardo Molinari
  • Niklas Nørgaard Møller
  • James Morrison
  • Zach Murray
  • Lukas Nemecz
  • Thorbjørn Olesen
  • Wade Ormsby
  • Adrian Otaegui
  • Chris Paisley
  • Renato Paratore
  • Yannik Paul
  • Andrea Pavan
  • Matthieu Pavon
  • Eddie Pepperell
  • Victor Perez
  • Haydn Porteous
  • Tapio Pulkkanen
  • Alvaro Quiros
  • Richie Ramsay
  • Robert Rock
  • Robin Roussel
  • Antoine Rozner
  • Kalle Samooja
  • Ricardo Santos
  • Matti Schmid
  • Ben Schmidt
  • Marcel Schneider
  • Jason Scrivener
  • Jack Senior
  • Shubhankar Sharma
  • Cormac Sharvin
  • Callum Shinkwin
  • Marcel Siem
  • Jack Singh Brar
  • Harley Smith
  • Jordan Smith
  • Sebastian Soderberg
  • Matthew Southgate
  • Joël Stalter
  • Richard Sterne
  • Brandon Stone
  • Graeme Storm
  • Andy Sullivan
  • Connor Syme
  • Santiago Tarrio
  • Sami Välimäki
  • Darius Van Driel
  • Daniel Van Tonder
  • Johannes Veerman
  • Nicolai Von Dellingshausen
  • Justin Walters
  • Paul Waring
  • Marc Warren
  • Lee Westwood
  • Dale Whitnell
  • Danny Willett
  • Andrew Wilson
  • Oliver Wilson
  • Jeff Winther
  • Chris Wood
  • Ashun Wu
  • Fabrizio Zanotti

Who won the 2021 Masters?

Last year’s British Masters, which was also held at the Belfry, was won by Southampton born Richard Bland.

Bland returns to the Belfry in 2022 to defend his title.

Where is the Belfry golf course?

The Belfry Hotel and Resort is an iconic venue located in Sutton Coldfield.

The hotel which is now known as The Belfry has existed since the 13th century, and has become known as one of the most well known resorts in the West Midlands.

The British Masters 2022 will take place on the famous Brabazon Golf Course.

When the Belfry was announced as the host of this year’s tournament back in 2021 Chris Eigelaar, Resort General Manager at The Belfry, said: “We are very proud that the Betfred British Masters will be returning to The Belfry in May 2022.

“It will be fantastic to welcome the players back to our iconic Brabazon course and we are very excited that this time we can also welcome spectators to watch the tournament.”

Is the tournament on TV?

Live coverage of the tournament will be shown on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Golf.