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Ashton and Lea Golf Club

Club News:

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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Covid Procedures Updated.

Thursday 13th May 2021


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Driving Range Closing at 7pm Wednesday 31st March for work maintenance

Wednesday 31st March 2021

Hole by hole guide:

The Course - Hole 10

Pro’s Tip

The 10th hole begins the back nine of the course, and as such is the second hardest Par-4 for the men.  Requiring a well struck tee shot to bring the distant green in range for your second shot, the fairway cambers away towards the 9th, posing the possibility of awkward lies for your second shot.  Too far right with your tee shot, and you’ll risk finding a watery resting place with the largest of our water filled pits in reach.  The green, although not overly protected, angles from front to back and as the hole plays directly into the prevailing wind.  Getting onto the putting surface is a good test.  Walk off here with a par and the back nine feels just that little bit easier - but don’t be fooled!

440 Yds

418 Yds

331 Yds

PAR 4





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