Date(s) - Fri, 25 Oct 2019
Once again the OSGS is visiting Ashridge Golf Club, on the border of Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire, on the edge of the Chiltern Hills and close to London (only 25 minutes from Junction 8 M1 or 25 minutes from Junction 20 M25).
OSGS Members are invited to “bring a friend to play in this Fixture” or to sign up as a solo golfer and be paired up with others. We will play a Team Stableford Competition. A maximum of sixteen players can play in this fixture.
The original course architects were Major C K Hutchison, Sir Guy Campbell and Colonel S V Hotchkin who were careful to retain the essence of the stunning parkland with the result that every hole possesses the priceless attribute of unspoilt, natural beauty. The design of individual holes and the skilful bunkering make Ashridge a stunning example of the synergy of both traditional and modern golf architecture.
Ashridge Golf Club is a wonderful venue, set within 350 acres of tranquil surrounds in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The course measures 6,678 yards and with a par of 72. Many visitors say Ashridge has the best greens and best lunch in Hertfordshire.
Format of the Day
7.30am – Clubhouse opens
7.45am – Coffee & Bacon Rolls in the Mixed Lounge – Dress Golf Attire
8.15am – First Tee Booked for Four Fourballs – A Team Stableford Competition
1.45pm – Two Course Carvery Lunch & Prizes- Dress Jacket & Tie & equivalent for Ladies
Bookings for this Fixture will close on Wednesday 16 October at 6pm unless all 16 spaces are taken before this date – if you definitely want to play please book early – Thanks