Sunningdale Ladies Golf Club

79%
Rating

About the Club

Sunningdale Ladies' is unique - it is steeped in history, the list of Past Captains resembles a page from "Who's Who" with eminent names, wives of Lords and the Duchess of York, later The Queen Mother who was captain of the club in 1932 and the Patron for many years.

Her 100 birthday celebration was celebrated in grand style by past captains and committee members dressing in 1900's costume and parading in Horse Guards to delight of onlookers.

It's uniqueness is that the Captain and Committee are responsible totally for the running of the club, from the catering to course management and the control of the finances. The members help with the bar on Open Days and Competition Days and  serve the meals to competitors and guests.

Sunningdale was developed on land originally forming part of Windsor Forest. It was bought in 1524 by St John's College Cambridge who still own it today. In those days Sunningdale had few houses, the area being mostly common land covered with gorse, heather and a few trees. The construction of the Woking to Staines Railway divided the land and thereafter parts were sold off for development.

In 1898 T A Roberts assisted by his brother constructed a house for himself called Ridgemount. Ridgemount was subsequently enlarged and was known as The Dormy House providing accommodation for members. (This was the origin of the term "Dormy House" to be found in close proximity to other golf clubs). The founder of the Ladies Club was probably approached by Mr Edward Villiers, a member of Sunningdale Golf Club, to form the Club.

Directions

Sunningdale Ladies Golf Club is situated in Cross Road, Sunningdale off the A30. It is a few minutes from Sunningdale Village and the Level Crossing.

It is adjacent to Sunningdale Golf Course in Ridge Mount Road. From the M25 clockwise leave at junction 11 (Chertsey) filter left off the motorway, Turn left at the next roundabout and follow the sign for Fairoaks Airport. At the next roundabout take the 3rd exit A319 to Chobham. At the 'T' Junction in Chobham turn right and follow the A383 signposted Sunningdale. Continue on the A383 until you reach the A30 turn left and continue over the level crossing for a quarter of a mile and you will see Cross Road on the left.

From the M3 exit Junction 3 and follow the A322 and then the A30 towards London: Cross Road will be on your right as you approach the Village. Distance from the M3 approximately
2 miles.
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Courses & Scorecards

Sunnigdale Ladies Golf Course

58/61
PAR
58
SSS
3705
YARDS
Hole
Par
Par 2
SI
Yds
1
3
3
9
0
2
3
3
5
0
3
3
3
15
0
4
4
4
3
0
5
3
3
7
0
6
3
3
13
0
7
3
4
17
0
8
4
4
1
0
9
3
3
11
0
Hole
Par
Par 2
SI
Yds
10
3
3
6
0
11
3
4
16
0
12
3
4
14
0
13
4
4
4
0
14
3
3
8
0
15
3
3
10
0
16
4
4
2
0
17
3
3
18
0
18
3
3
12
0

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Club facilities

Club HouseDoes not have a Club House
Club HireDoes not offer Club Hire
Putting GreenDoes not have a Putting Green
Pro ShopDoes not have a Pro Shop
Practice AreaDoes not have a Practice Area
Club BarDoes not have a Club Bar
Driving RangeDoes not have a Driving Range
RestaurantDoes not have a Restaurant
Trolley Hire offers Trolley Hire
ChangingDoes not have Changing Rooms
Buggy Hire offers Buggy Hire
LessonsDoes not provide Lessons

Green fees

Round

£30.00 (Jnr £10.00)

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