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Ashton and Lea Golf Club

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EASTER GRUESOMES

Monday 25th April 2022


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Ladies Charity Cup Success!!!

Monday 6th September 2021

On Saturday 4th September, A & L hosted the Preston & District Ladies Charity Cup and we are thrilled to report that the event was a huge success. The Ashton & Lea ladies played really well and won the team of 12 and the team of 4. Jeanette Smith won the best gross score and Pat Horn recorded the 2nd best nett score. Congratulations to all the team, Jeanette Smith, Gill Smith, Jacqui Bennett, Janet Ollerenshaw, Karen Whiteside, Andrea Kershaw, Donna Dadsby, Sabina Hughes, Alison Wake, Dee Duxbury, Pat Horn, Cathy Widdows. Proceedings ran smoothly and the visiting ladies commented positively about the course, the friendly welcome and the organisation.
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Dress Code

Monday 1st June 2020

As we are having a nice spell of weather, the normal yearly issues occur with dress code. To save any confrontations in the pro shop or first tee i'm asking you to conform to the following dress code. 1. Golf Shirts must have a collar 2. Golf Shirts must be tucked into the pant/short at all times. 3. Gents shorts must be tailored and not have extra pockets sown on i.e No cargo shorts. 4. Golf shoes must be warn. 5. No tracksuit/jogger bottoms Golfers who don't adhere to the dress code will not be allowed to tee off.

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weather

Thu 26
17ºC
Fri 27
16ºC
Sat 28
13ºC

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Ashton & Lea Golf Club


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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-3s, most notably the picturesque 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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