Situated on the A134 three miles east of the historic market town of Sudbury, the club’s 18-hole course offers a unique experience of heath and parkland golf.
The members club was founded more than a century ago, with the original nine holes set out on the gorse-lined Newton village green, and the now well-established second nine added in 1991.
Patience and tidy golf is rewarded on the original part of the course, while golfers can open their shoulders more on the new section, which has two par fives, including one of over 550 yards. Par for the course is 69.
Although golfers used the nearby Saracen’s Head pub as their headquarters for many years, a new club house was opened in 1981, and it has since been extended on a number of occasions, with full catering, bar and social facilities.
Outside events are catered for, and on the playing side special summer and winter offers are available to visiting golfers, as well as introductory rates for new members.
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