Royal Ashdown has been welcoming visitors to play its Old Course for over 130 years and they are assured an excellent experience at our traditional members’ golf club.
When you arrive, you will be warmly welcomed by our friendly Professionals, who will direct you to the changing room, lounge, bar, practice facilities and 1st tee.
Whilst predominantly a two-ball (singles or foursomes) course, four-ball play is permitted on Mondays, (with the exception of Bank Holidays), Wednesday and Thursday afternoons from 13.00. Visitors seeking to play a three or four-ball on an alternative day of the week may request to do so via the Club General Manager; firstname.lastname@example.org
Old Course Rates
||Weekends & Bank Holidays||Weekdays|
|Summer Rates (1st May - 31st Oct)||£99 per round||£85 per round (£119 per day)|
|Summer Fourball Rates||N/A||£75 per person (Monday only)|
|County Card||£80 per round (£55 in winter)||£65 per round (£40 in winter)|
|WInter Rate (1st Nov - 30th Apr)||£65 per round||£50 per round|
|Winter Fourball Rates||N/A||£45 per person (Monday only)|
|Junior Rate||£20 per round||£20 per round|
Tee times are subject to availability
to contact us or call 01342 822018 for more information.
WE CAN HELP YOU FIND THE PERFECT PACKAGE
We have a variety of packages that will enable you to play either (or both!) of our two wonderful courses and enjoy breakfast or lunch in our welcoming clubhouse.
Old Course Special Offers
Play our famous Old Course as a fourball on Mondays.
|Summer Offer (1st May - 31st October 2020)||Winter Offer (1st November - 30th April 2020)|
Summer 36 Hole Rate
Play both courses on the same day for just £109 per person on weekdays or £129 per person at weekends.
Tee times are subject to availability & exclude Bank Holidays.
Click here to make an enquiry.
On arrival at the Club visitors are requested to report to the Professional Shop to sign in and receive the entry code for the Clubhouse.
The Clubhouse opening hours are 7.00-20.00 in the summer months (April-October) and 7.30-Dusk in the winter months (November-March)
Breakfast is available from 7.00 in the summer and 7.30 in the winter with Bar Menu options available until 17.00 each day.
Lunch, if required, is served in the Dining Room from 12.00 to 14.45 – advanced booking is necessary.
Smart casual dress may be worn in both bars. It is requested that jacket and tie be worn in the Dining Room please.
On the Course and in the Clubhouse, denim jeans, collarless shirts and “trainers” are not permitted. Tailored shorts may be worn on the course and, in keeping with the traditions of Royal Ashdown, long golf socks are preferred but short, plain coloured, socks are permitted. Cargo shorts and other shorts with exterior pockets will not be permitted. Shorts are not allowed in the dining room.
Golf Shoes may be worn in the “Spike Bar” but are not permitted in the Main Lounge or Dining Room.
There is no restriction on the type of golf shoe spike used on our courses.
Use of Mobile Phones
Mobile phones are not permitted in the Clubhouse, on the balcony or on the course.
They may only be used in the Car Park or in case of emergency.
The Professional Shop is open daily from 7.00 to 18.00 (subject to season). Head Professional, Tim Cowley, and his team will be delighted to assist you with any golf equipment, clothing, accessories or gifts you may require.
A full range of practice facilities are on offer before and after your round including, driving range, pitching area, practice nets and putting green. Practice balls are available from the Professional Shop at a cost of £3 per 35 balls. All practice facilities are located conveniently adjacent to the Clubhouse and the driving range opening hours are 7.30-17.00.
We do have a large quantity of rental equipment available including buggies, electric/pull trolleys and hire sets but it is always advisable to book these items with the Professional Shop prior to your arrival.
Please Avoid Slow Play!
Slow play decreases the enjoyment of every other player on the course. Please do all you possibly can to avoid it – pick up when you cannot score and keep up with the group in front.