Ashridge Golf Club gb

golf club road, berkhamsted hp4 1ly united kingdom

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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

Ashridge first came to prominence in the late 1930''s following the appointment of Henry Cotton as resident Club Professional. Sir Henry Cotton, as he was to become, was arguably the best golfer of his era, winning three Open Championships including the Open at Carnoustie in 1937 whilst he was at Ashridge. In fact, in that year Sir Henry''s two Assistants, Bill Laidlaw and Fred Robertson, finished 7th and 18th respectively, the only occasion during the last 100 years when three representatives of the same Club finished so high in the order.

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.




Ashridge Golf Club
Golf Club Road, Berkhamsted HP4 1LY
United Kingdom


+44 1442 842244




Architect: Major C K Hutchison, Sir Guy Campbell and Colonel S V Hotchkin
Founded: 1932

Public: Yes



Holes: 18 │ Par: 72 │ Length: 6,678 yards
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