Some favour the 6,139-yard par 72 Red course that has six par threes, six fours and six fives, but the entire 36-hole complex at The Berkshire is a joy offering great variety where accuracy is rewarded. Set deep in the Bracknell Forest the courses offer breathtaking challenges with long carries over thick gorse, unforgiving heather and deep rough alongside the springy, wide fairways. The quality of the greens are a feature. Most holes are tree-lined so there is very little margin for error from wayward shots. Perhaps the par threes are the most memorable, especially the 188-yard tenth with its cavernous drop to the right and the idyllic 205-yard 16th.
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Information on The Berkshire Golf Club (Red) , Swinley Road , Ascot
Course Statistics (Medal Tees): 18 Holes, 6452yds, Par 72 SSS 71. Practice facilities.
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Visitor Green Fees: Mon to Fri: 18 holes £130, Day (one round on each Course) £160. Weekends & BH: 18 holes £175.
Visitors Info: The Club welcomes visitors Monday to Friday throughout the year by prior arrangement through the Club's secretariat. During the Summer months it is also possible to obtain a tee-time at weekends and on Public Holidays after 2.30pm Regrettably we do not accept singles. Visitors must be in possession of a valid handicap certificate.
Societies Info: The Berkshire is renowned as the perfect venue for Society and Corporate golf days offering many flexible variables to suit all the requirements for a stunning day out. All enquiries regarding a booking should be made to the Secretariat on 01344 621495/6 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date Founded: 1928
Designed by: Mr Herbert Fowler
Catering: Dining room open daily except Monday snack bar open daily; bar open every day.
Clubs for Hire: Yes
Motorised Cart for Hire: Yes
Driving Range: Yes
|Local Directions:||Approaching from M4 (west): Leave at exit 10 on to A329(M) to Bracknell. Take A322 (Bagshot); look for sharp left-hand turn onto A332 (Ascot). The Club is about half a mile on the left. Approaching from M4 (east): Leave at exit 6 on to A332 (Windsor-Ascot). After leaving Ascot Race Course continue over the roundabout, The Club is about 2 miles on the right. Approaching from M3: Leave at exit 3 on to A322 (Bagshot-Bracknell); look for the right-hand lane - A332 (Ascot). The Club is about half a mile on the left. Approaching from A30: Turn left at Cricketers Arms (Bagshot) onto A322, look for the right-hand lane - A332 (Ascot). The Club is about half a mile on the left. Approaching from Guildford: Follow A322 (Bagshot-Bracknell); look for the right-hand lane - A332 (Ascot). The Club is about half a mile on the left.|
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