American designs for golf courses have become more and more popular in the last 20 years or so, and an example of this can be found at The Bedford Golf Club where its course demonstrates all the classic characteristics of the finest courses from the other side of the Atlantic Ocean.
David Pottidge was clearly influenced by the likes of the Augusta National course when he designed The Bedford, and it still retains all its wonderful green fairways, immaculate greens, meticulous bunkers and gleaming water hazards now six years after it first opened its doors to golfers.
It is a first class round of golf that any player will find hard to resist.
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