Sudbury Golf Club

Sudbury Golf Club

Sudbury Golf Club

Celebrating a Centenary Of Golf At Sudbury Golf Club

Sudbury golf course was designed by the legendary Harry Colt in 1920 and is as challenging as it is beautiful. The par of 70 will test the very best players but it can also be enjoyed by golfers of all abilities. It is a classic parkland design with rolling, tree-lined fairways, and pulpit greens. Colt was a master of the short hole and Sudbury’s four Par 3’s are a testament to his skill as a designer.

With excellent practice facilities on the course that includes a practice ground with two covered bays, two chipping greens built to USGA specifications, a practice putting green and two nets close to the 1st tee, it is no surprise that we are first choice to host some of the county’s major championships and finals.

There is currently an improvement programme in place for the golf course which includes an investment of over £300k on a new irrigation system throughout that will raise the standard and quality of play on the course. There are also continued improvements to the Clubhouse, Bars and Dining Room. Golf buggies & trolleys can be used throughout the year but we do have some restrictions during the winter months. It is always best to reserve a buggy prior to visiting just in case they are not available when you visit.

The Clubhouse is open from 8.00am throughout the year and you can always be assured of a warm welcome when you visit. We want you to feel relaxed and comfortable at the Club so smart, casual clothes are fine in our Lounge Bars and Dining Room.

Our wines are supplied by Ellis of Richmond and we serve London Pride and a range of lagers. Our Guinness is considered to be one of the best due in large part to the care and attention it’s given by our Bar Manager.

Sudbury Golf Club is a classic Harry Colt design with rolling, tree-lined fairways and slick, smooth pulpit greens. With spectacular views from our Terrace and a warm welcome in the Clubhouse, we are well worth a visit. But don’t take our word for it, come and see for yourself. After all, where would you rather be…

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