Sudbury Golf Club is situated West of London close to the A40 and can be reached from Central London in less than 40 minutes.
The club began life in 1896 as Acton Golf Club and moved to its present location in 1920. The course was designed by H.S.Colt who is responsible for Wentworth and many other famous courses.
The course measures 6,277 yards, with a par of 69 (SSS 70). The nature of the terrain makes it a true test of golf. It has staged many county matches, the Middlesex Open, amateur championships and pro-am tournaments.
The parkland course has seven par 4 holes over 400 yards and with many tree lined fairways and strategically placed bunkers, accuracy from the tee is called for. The four par 3 holes of 179, 144, 192 and 162 yards all require an accurate tee shot if par is to be achieved. As they are all played in different directions, the wind can be a problem or a welcome assistance.
Pulpit greens, usually faster than expected, call for a well executed approach shot to hold them and with undulating fairways, Sudbury is a good test of golf for players of all abilities. It is thus an excellent choice of venues for societies.
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