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Aldeburgh Golf Club - Suffolk, United Kingdom

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Aldeburgh Golf Club, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, IP15 5PE, United Kingdom

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01728 453309
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http://aldeburghgolfclub.co.uk/
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info@aldeburghgolfclub.co.uk
Length: 6349yds | Holes: 18 | Par: 68

About the Golf Club

Aldeburgh Golf Club has a proud and hospitable heritage and an innate love for its eighteen-hole course which ranks amongst Golf World’s top 100.

The challenging18-hole course is maintained and presented in fine condition, with the added bonus of superb views across the River Alde to Iken Church on the southern bank and, across from it, a line of pine trees silhouetted against the water, known locally as ‘Little Japan’.

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Associates of Aldeburgh Golf Club

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Posted on Unknown Date
by Anonymous

An incredibly difficult course set in the picturesque county of Suffolk. Aldeburgh is a course dominated by long par 4s and no par 5s for the men. Thin fairways and quick, true greens add to the challenge. The length of the course is what makes the chalenge combined with the wind.Near to 7000 yards off the back tees with recent changes despite being a par 68 to have any chance of making a good score a player must be able to avoided the gorse bordering the fairways but still hit a long enough drive to able to have a chance at hitting the green in regulation. Not a course for the high handicappers, and if you are having a bad day with the driver you will struggle. A very, very tough test that epitomises heathland golf at its best.

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