Ross-on-Wye was founded in 1903 but after several moves, eventually reached its present site from a JH Taylor nine-hole design at Rudhall in 1964 where Ken Cotton constructed the 6,451-yard course, standard scratch 73, from a densely forested tract of land. The tree-lined, sweeping fairways with holes running through mature forest cut through woodland place a premium on accuracy. There are many outstanding holes that run in every conceivable direction through trees.
It was officially opened in 1967 and is developing into one of the outstanding courses in the Midlands-West area with undulating fairways and small greens.
Information on Ross-on-Wye Golf Club , Gorsley , Ross-on-Wye
Course Statistics (Medal Tees): 18 holes, 6491 yards, S.S.S. 73. Driving range practice area.
Visitor Green Fees: Adult Visitor: £42 (18 holes),£48 (27 holes), £52 (36 holes). Junior Visitor: £12 (18 holes) Member's Guest: Adult £20 (18 holes).
Visitors Info: Ross-on-Wye welcomes visiting green fee players and societies. We do ask all players to produce a current handicap certificate and expect that recognised golf attire and etiquette be observed. isitors (up to 8 players) are welcome on any day. There may be restriction on certain days (ie, Tuesdays is our Ladies Day) so contact the club administrator to check dates.
Societies Info: Ross-on-Wye welcomes visiting green fee players and societies. We do ask all players to produce a current handicap certificate and expect that recognised golf attire and etiquette be observed. Society says can be booked on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday. The club professional, Paul Middleton, and his staff - together with the club administrator - are waiting to help ensure that your day at Ross-On-Wye Golf Club is a complete success. They will be happy to advise you on the arrangements to assist with score cards etc. and prizes for your competitors may be purchased from our professional's shop.
Date Founded: 1903
Designed by: Ken Cotton
Catering: Full restaurant catering excluding Mondays.
Clubs for Hire: Yes
Motorised Cart for Hire: Yes
Driving Range: Yes
|Local Directions:||From Bristol and Wales: Join the M50 after Ross, leave at junction 3, turn left at the junction and immediately right, we are 25 yards on the left hand side. From Midlands and East: From the M5 take the M50 and exit at Junction 3 sign-posted Newent, take the first left turn and immediately left again across the Motorway, then take the next right, we are 25 yards on the left hand side.|
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