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The Berkshire Golf Club

AddressThe Berkshire Golf Club, Swinley Road, Ascot, Berkshire, SL5 8AY
Telephone Secretary/Booking enquiries - 01344 621495
Pro Shop - 01344 622 351
Caddie Master - 01344 622 627
Holes• Blue: 18-hole heathland course with mature trees and rolling fairways
• Red: 18-hole heathland course with 6 Par 3s, 6 Par 5s & 6 Par 4s where accuracy is important
Explore this course hole by hole using the Virtual G500 Golf GPS from Shotmiser:
Blue - Red
Yardage Blue 6260/6358
Red 6379/5602
Par 71-72
Visitors The Club welcomes visitors Monday to Friday throughout the year by prior arrangement through the Club's secretariat. During the summer months it is also possible to obtain a tee-time at weekends and on public holidays after 2:30 p.m. Visitors are guaranteed a friendly welcome.
Max Handicap: Gentlemen 18 / Ladies 24
Societies Society and corporate golf days offering many flexible variables. Call 01344 621 495 or email
Green Fees
Weekdays I / Weekends I
Herbert Fowler in 1928 when both Courses were constructed by the Office of Crown Lands on estates once used by Queen Anne for her hunting parties in the 17th/18th century.
Location Situated less than 20 miles from Central London and very close to Heathrow Airport, 2.5m NW of M3 junction 3 on A332, between Bagshot & Ascot
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About the
The Club has hosted many Amateur events over the years, of note being The English Amateur Championships, The British Seniors Open Championships, the English Ladies' Close Amateur Championships, The English Senior Ladies' Matchplay Championships, the Women's Home Internationals and the Vagliano Trophy played between Great Britain and Ireland versus The Continent of Europe.
In addition to hosting The London Amateur Foursomes every three years, the Club hosts two important Amateur events annually, The Berkshire Trophy for Gentlemen and The Lady Astor Salver for Ladies.

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We played the Red course. A beautifully designed course, but why the 6 par 5's. At least 4 warranted no more than a par 4. The course should be a par 68, SSS 70. Now why have a par 72 when the course should only be  a 68? As a visitor we expected to play off the tees of the day, but saw 4 other groups on the tee all day, playing off the whites. The groups were a 2 ball, a 3 ball and 2 four balls. I can only assume that they were members, so visitors seem to be discriminated against.
The facilities are undergoing refurbishment but still reasonable. A very traditional feel to the place and worth a visit.
Jeremy Nicholls
Driving Range
Hours 7am-9pm
Bays 6
Covered 0
Heated 0
Floodlit 0
Prices Unknown

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