Royal Ashdown Forest Golf Club

80%
Rating

About the Club

This beautiful Sussex golf club was established in 1888 and offers two superb courses set in mature heathland countryside.

It is also ranked by Golf World as one of the top 100 clubs in the British Isles.

Royal Ashdown has two 18 hole courses - the Old and the West. The Old course is used by the R&A as an Open Championship Regional Qualifying venue and will also host the full international match between England and Spain in 2007

Directions

You can find us just south of London, close to East Grinstead and conveniently located near Gatwick Airport. We are also not too far from Heathrow Airport, Portsmouth and Dover Channel Ferries and the Channel Tunnel.

How To Find The Course

Heading South on the A22 to Forest Row, approximately 3 miles south of East Grinstead, at the mini roundabout opposite the Church turn off the A22 onto the B2110 signposted to Hartfield and Tunbridge Wells. Turn right approximately half a mile along this road into Chapel Lane, which is just after the Baptist Chapel on the right hand side. There is a brown sign opposite the junction saying Golf Course. At the top of Chapel Lane turn hairpin left having just gone over a severe sleeping policeman, into Shalesbrook Lane. Then bear right with the lane taking you across two fairways. The first car park is for the Old Course. For the West Course pass through the Old Course car park and bear right of the main Clubhouse and into the West Course car park.
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Latest Player Rounds

Oliver's image
West Course
SCORE: 94 SP: 26
Roy's image
West Course
SCORE: 95 SP: 27
Paul's image
West Course
SCORE: 89 SP: 0
Alan's image
West Course
SCORE: 85 SP: 37
Richard's image
West Course
SCORE: 99 SP: 24
Dave's image
West Course
SCORE: 85 SP: 0

Courses & Scorecards

West Course

A Par 68 on the West Course at Royal Ashdown is a truly successful round. This is primarily due to the demands of the undulating terrain and exacting shots required to find the greens. The fact that bunkers are nowhere to be found on the course gives the impression of a straightforward challenge. Nothing could be further from the truth as your patience and ability are tested to the full.

Royal Ashdowns West Course was first constructed as a nine hole course in 1888. It was transformed to 18 holes in 1932 in time to host the English Ladies Championship, the same year that the Ladies Golf Club was given Royal status in its own right.

Since then the course has gone through several major developments culminating in 2004, when its own new clubhouse was opened and the course was reconfigured accordingly.

Today the West Course is open to golfers and societies of all handicaps. Its attraction is that tee time availability, even at weekends, is rarely a problem and there are a number of attractive promotional green fees on offer. Three and four balls are welcome.

With no obvious carries from the tee, the course is ideal for the inexperienced player, yet still examines all golfers at all levels.

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68/68
PAR
68
SSS
5606
YARDS
Hole
Par
Par 2
SI
Yds
1
4
4
4
388
2
3
3
8
196
3
5
5
12
502
4
4
4
18
295
5
4
4
2
386
6
3
3
16
153
7
4
4
6
352
8
4
4
10
270
9
3
3
14
156
Hole
Par
Par 2
SI
Yds
10
4
4
11
328
11
3
3
3
240
12
4
4
9
312
13
4
4
7
353
14
4
4
1
450
15
4
4
15
311
16
3
3
17
122
17
4
4
13
357
18
4
4
5
435

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