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Thorpeness Golf Club & Hotel

Address Thorpeness Hotel Golf Club & Hotel, Thorpeness, Aldeburgh, IP16 4NH
Telephone 01728 452176 / 454926 (Golf shop/Pro)
Website www.thorpeness.co.uk
Email info@thorpeness.co.uk
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Holes Challenging 18-hole course set amongst the Suffolk coastal heathland, an excellent winter course
Yardage 6421-6290-6029-5460
SSS 71-70-72
Visitors Visitors are welcome and can book tee-times from 11.30am onwards. Contact in advance, handicap certificate required
Golf breaks at Thorpeness
This course is a PowerPlay Golf official venue. Click for more information, or call the club to make a booking.
Societies Welcome, telephone in advance, competitions, clinics etc can be organized. Packages available.
Green Fees
Weekdays: E / Weekends F
Special Offers
Course Designer James Braid - 1922
Location The Thorpeness Hotel and golf course is situated in a peaceful location next to the Thorpeness Meare and 5 minutes' walk from the beach, also 2m N of Aldeburgh
From London and the South East
From the M25, exit at junction 28 onto the A12.
From the Midlands
Take the A14 or join it at the most convenient point.
By Rail
The closest station is Saxmundham, which is six miles away and two hours from Liverpool Street.
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Facilities
• Corporate golf days - call 01728 454926 for information
• Conference facilities available
• PGA professional / Golf Academy / Lessons / Video teaching analysis
• Hard & grass tennis courts, snooker room, fishing
• AA 3* Hotel, golf and country club
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About the Course Thorpeness hosted the European Seniors Mixed Open in 2001, the Suffolk Ladies' County Championships in 2002 and the South Eastern Seniors' Championship in 2004.
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This wonderful golf course is set amongst some of the best of the Suffolk heritage coast surrounded by goarse and heathland.
It was part of the designed holiday village called Thorpeness Village a dream that was made real by Mr Ogilvie around 1910.
The club House was made 1932 and inside it has plenty of character and endless lists of captains and club champions.
The course is set tight and narrow amongst goarse,trees and gives you a feeling of being far away from stresses and noise.
Look at the windmill and the house in the clouds on the 18th before sitting in the Colonels seat in the club house and think of the great day you just had.
Neil Dowie




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