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Ashton and Lea Golf Club

Club News:

President Mick Wilson Hosts the Annual Charity Day at A&LGC

Sunday 15th July 2018

Pictures and more comment from our President to follow
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Captain's Charity Walk for Men

Monday 18th June 2018

Captain Mark Baron completed his charity walk in aid of Prostrate Cancer UK on Saturday 16th June.
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Andrew Brook gets Hole-in-One on Vice Captain's Day 2018

Tuesday 12th June 2018


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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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