Ashton and Lea Golf Club

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Monday 18th February 2019

Congratulations to Dave Anderton on his "Hole-in-One"

Ashton and Lea Golf Club Remembers

Saturday 10th November 2018

An audience of nearly one hundred people attended a commemorative talk entitled "Returned to the Regiment given by Terry Dean of the Western Front Association


Tuesday 4th September 2018

What a fantastic result for our club at this year's Charity Cup held at Longridge Golf Club

Course Status

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Ashton & Lea Golf Club

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Exciting times at Ashton & Lea Golf Club


Work is well under way on the Club’s brand new Golf Academy, comprising the Driving Range and Short Game Facility

Opening Day is only a few weeks away!

The 14 Bay driving range (9 covered, and 5 open-air) will provide big-hitters with more than 300 yards to test out their skills.

The Range, along with a superb Short Game Facility, will provide a high quality practice area for golfers of all capabilities.

NO Clubs? Want to try out the facility? - NO problem, as loan clubs will be available.

Just come along, have a look, and have a chat with the golf pros in the club to get more details of what will be on offer.

Click Here for more details, pictures and prices,
​and of course, all the coaching packages available from our three golf pros, Gary, Dan and Scott


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The Par 71 course measures 6359 yards from the white tees, 6112 from the yellows tees and 5508 from the ladies tees. Ashton & Lea is a fairly flat course and provides a fair test of golf for players of all abilities, but it is a course that requires the player to think and plot their way round.

The course features three tricky par-3's, most notably the 6th, where out of bounds awaits any over hit tee shots. Water plays its part at Ashton & Lea, as seven holes on the back nine are affected by it. Another of the outstanding holes is the short par-4 13th - on the tee the player is faced with either attempting to fly the water that lurks around 210 yards from the tee, or play safe and lay-up short leaving a longer second. The approach shot is played downhill to a bowl shaped green; a par here is readily accepted.

The greens at Ashton & Lea are small and elusive and the course has a reputation for being one of the best kept in the North West

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