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Ashton and Lea Golf Club

Club News:

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
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ASHTON AND LEA LADIES SWEEP THE BOARD AT 2018 CHARITY CUP ….almost !

Tuesday 4th September 2018

What a fantastic result for our club at this year's Charity Cup held at Longridge Golf Club
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Congratulations to Sabina Hughes - winner of Lady President's Day 2018

Saturday 11th August 2018

Lady President, Linda Wilson, hosted the Ladies Section, on Saturday, 11th August 2018.
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Hole by hole guide:

The Course - Hole 13

Pro’s Tip

Beware of the pit to left when playing from this elevated tee.  The fairway is divided by the brook, and whilst shorter hitters prefer to lay up short of the brook, big hitters can go for the green (wind permitting).  Two fairway bunkers straddle the entrance to the green, and either of these will catch even the slightest pushed or pulled shot.  The putting surface slopes heavily front to back and is set in a deep basin. With the pin at the front, the greenkeeper can enjoy the tales of woe from members and visitors alike, as this seemingly easy hole does play harder than the stroke index suggests.

316 Yds

307 Yds

293 Yds

PAR 4





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