The course has many recognisable characteristics, such as pulpit greens, used by Harry Colt, the famous Golf Course Architect, who was responsible for Wentworth (East/West), Sunningdale (with W. Park), Moor Park, Stoke Park, St Georges Hill and other famous courses. The Grand Union Canal borders the course to the south and the 9 hole Horsenden Hill Public Golf Course is to the west. The course at Sudbury may not be long, but is a true test for any golfer.
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Sudbury Golf Club
Holes
18
Par
69
Length
6277 yards
Established in
1920
Course Type
Parkland
Grass Type
Unique to Destination
Designer
Harry S Colt