Ashridge Golf Club

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  • Architects:
    • Hutchison, Major Cecil Key (C.K.)
    • Campbell, Sir Guy
    • Hotchkin, Stafford Vere
    • Tom Simpson
  • Holes of Merit:
    2, 3, 4, 9, 18

At A Glance

Set out in beautiful, undulating parkland, the course has many magnificent trees.

Routed as a rough figure of 8 or cloverleaf, the two loops begin and end at the clubhouse.

Tom Doak recalls Ashridge Golf Club as one the best parklands in Britain.

The hole names are spectacular: Devil's Den, Witchcraft Bottom and Nob's Crook, Thunderdell being four such examples.

The club opened in 1932 and has hosted Regional Qualifying for the Open and the Women's British Open.

It was reported that dynamite was used to remove tree stumps on the course!


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The Essentials

Everything you need to know before you go!