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Ashridge Golf Club
Ashridge Golf Club has long been associated with warm hospitality and the very best in golfing traditions. The Club was officially opened in 1932 and has regularly featured in the top 100 golf courses in the UK and was selected by the R&A to host an 'Open Championship' Regional Qualifying Competition for six years between 2003 and 2008.
Top level golf returns to Ashridge over the next two years with the R&A Ladies Senior British Open Championship in July 2021 and the English Men's Open Seniors Championship in June 2022.
The original course architects were Major C K Hutchison, Sir Guy Campbell and Colonel S V Hotchkin who were careful to retain the essence of the stunning parkland with the result that every hole possesses the priceless attribute of unspoilt, natural beauty. The design of individual holes and the skilful bunkering make Ashridge a stunning example of the synergy of both traditional and modern golf architecture.
The course is designed as a 'clover leaf' with three tees adjacent to the Clubhouse. The design of individual holes and the skilful bunkering make Ashridge a stunning example of the synergy of both traditional and modern golf architecture. Today, the course measures 6,678 yards with a par of 72.
Golf Club Road, Little Gaddesden, Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire, HP4 1LY