The Berkshire Golf Club

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Founded in 1928, The Berkshire Golf Club is home to two Herbert Fowler designed courses, both of  which are widely regarded as amongst the best in the British Isles.  The Berkshire Club has hosted many Amateur events over the years, of note being The English Amateur Championship, The British Seniors Open Championship, the English Ladies' Close Amateur Championship, The English Senior Ladies' Matchplay Championship, and many more.

The Berkshire has the unique distinction of having a golf course (Red Course) which has six Par 3s, six Par 4s and six Par 5s.  Situated less than 20 miles from Central London and being very close to Heathrow Airport the Club is perfectly situated for visitors from overseas.

 

Course Information

Parkland
71
7462
Herbert Fowler
1903
Ascot, Berkshire
18 for men and 24 for ladies
10

Guideline

No
Yes (3) for use with medical certificate only
Yes £45 per round plus gratuity
Yes, £5, electric pull carts £17.50
Yes £50
Smart casual attire, with a jacket and tie required in the dining room.
Tailored shorts with white sport socks or knee legnth socks.
29th

 

Score Card
No. Yards Par No. Yards Par
1 217
3 10 232
3
2 344
4 11 477
5
3 475
5 12 355
4
4 153
3 13 154
4
5 330
4 14 363
4
6 526
5 15 406
4
7 364
4 16 452
4
8 444
4 17 378
4
9 310
4 18 418
4
Out 3163
36 In 3235
35
Yards 6398 Par 71