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Ashbourne Golf Club

Ashbourne Golf Club,Ashbourne,Derbyshire,England
Address Ashbourne Golf Club, Wyaston Road, Ashbourne, DE6 1NB
Telephone Clubhouse: 01335 342078
Professional Shop (Bookings): 01335 347960
Function Booking/Facility Hire: 01335 347960
Website www.ashbournegolfclub.co.uk
Email ashbourne.golf.club@gmail.com
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Holes 18
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Yardage 6306
SSS 71
Visitors Weekdays unrestricted, booking advisable. Warm, friendly welcome and relaxed atmosphere.
Offers available at this course Greenfree 2 for 1 Golf Voucher Scheme
Societies Welcome. Society packages can be tailor made to suit your requirements. Contact the Professional's Shop for availability and more information.
Green Fees
Weekdays: C / Weekends: D
Course Designer D Hemstock - 1886
The GolfMark Award This club holds the GolfMark Award, meaning that it is a safe and fun environment for junior golfers to discover, learn and play golf.
Location 1.5 miles SW of Ashbourne, off A52
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Facilities • Functions
• Buggy hire is available during the summer (subject to weather conditions).
• Golf lessons
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Course Description Parkland layout makes clever use of natural terrain and water hazards. USGA standard greens. Spectacular views into Dovedale and the Peak District
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From the moment we entered the Pro shop we where treated to a very warm reception from Andrew the Pro. He explained the layout of the course and gave us course information. The course itself was of a very high standard and had fantastic views for miles around. The 3rd was a tricky little par 3, the 7th had a very tough pin placing on a saucer green while the 9th was a very good 7 wood to a very interesting par 3 with hazards both left and right. The 11th and 12th made for a testing back 9 with the 12th especially interesting with water set at 180yds from the tee but with a carry of over 220, making selection on this par 4 a tough one when playing the wind. I have never climbed a hill as steep as the 13th again a tough par 4, however the 15th and 17th give you a chance for a birdie on these shortish par 5's. The 18th has a pond on the left of the green ( well stocked with carp and gold fish ) that makes this a lovely finishing hole before enjoying a relaxing beer at a well stocked and friendly 19th. A very pleasant days golf at a very reasonable price - £25 per round but they do take the 2-4-1 vouchers. Buggy hire was £12 for the round. Bookings for tee times is advisable. I enjoyed this course and would rate it in the top 5 I have played. Thank you Ashbourne Golf Club for making a break in the Peak District even more enjoyable.
Tony Alltoft (Pre 2010)






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