MCSA Golf Day 2018
Ashridge Golf Club
Golf Club Road,
Tel: 01442 842 244
Itinerary for the day:
From 7.30 am Arrive at Ashridge
From the Drive follow signs to the carpark.
Golf clubs and trolleys can be left by the Pro shop on the lower level of the Club house, the changing rooms are also on this level.
Registration and breakfast:
If you can then make your way to the Spike bar in the clubhouse on the 1st floor for registration, a golfer’s breakfast of Coffee/Tea & a bacon roll (please advise is a vegetarian option is required) and meet your host and team members for the day.
During golf – Casual golf attire including tailored shorts.
Post golf – Casual; guests are more than welcome to shower and change for dinner, or come dressed straight from the course
Tokens for the Driving range and use of the warm up range is available for all guests. The range is located a short walk from the Clubhouse.
7:30 am Breakfast served, practice facilities available – range, chipping and putting areas
8.00 am Welcome and briefing
8.30 am First tee time
From 1:00 pm Golf concludes, Lunch served from 2:00 pm
Meet back in the Club house lounge for pre-lunch drinks, buffet lunch and prize giving – showers and lockers are available for anyone wanting to change before the buffet lunch is served. The dress code is casual, so if you wish to stay in your golf attire then that is fine.
From 3:15pm depart
- Best Team
- Longest drive
- Nearest the pin
- Best player
Stableford format, full handicap, teams of four.
Best two scores to count on each hole.
Our chosen Charity:
MCSA is supporting the Stroke Association. The UK’s leading charity dedicated to conquering stroke the debilitating effects of a stroke, they support stroke survivors to rebuild their lives by delivering unique life-changing service. ‘wherever and whenever you need it’.
Suggested minimum donation of £20.
Representatives of the charity will be on hand to offer Blood pressure checks after your round of golf – Blood pressure is a major contributor to a stroke.
If you have any questions before the day or on the day please contact, email. email@example.com or phone 01628 810977.
If you are running late on the day please call Les on his mobile or drop him a text on 07710 301448. However, please note that there is limited mobile coverage at Ashridge Golf Club. The Club’s main telephone number is: 01442 842 244.
Ashridge Golf Club – course details:
An outstanding course that will test players of all ability. The Club was officially opened in 1932 and has stood the test of time, it has regularly featured in the top 100 golf courses in the UK. The Club has regularly hosted PGA events as well as County/Regional Championships for both Men & Ladies.
Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, on the border of Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire, on the edge of the Chiltern Hills and within 40 miles of central London, the course once formed part of the Ashridge estate, once part of an enormous forest in which the owners of the estate and their guests hunted for deer and other game. Herds of deer still roam the course whilst the old mansion is now a Management College. These days hunting is restricted to achieving the best possible score round the 6,678 yards and par of 72 course.
Ashridge Golf Club has long been associated with warm hospitality and the very best in golfing traditions. Indeed, today, as in the past, you are assured a warm welcome. Many visitors comment that Ashridge has the best greens and best lunch in Hertfordshire!
From M25 – Leave at exit 20, take the A41(dual carriageway) towards Aylesbury. Leave A41 at the Chesham exit – A416. Follow signs to Berkhamsted. At traffic lights on the junction with Berkhamsted High Street turn left. After a mile or so, reach Northchurch. Turn right by School and Church onto B4506 (called New Road) sign posted Ashridge. After approximately 3 miles, the Club is on the righthand side. Follow the private road to the clubhouse and car park.
From M1 southbound – Leave at exit 11, turn under Motorway towards Dunstable. In the middle of Dunstable, double/offset mini roundabouts (where A5 crosses) go straight across – stay on this road for about 2 miles. After leaving Dunstable you will reach a roundabout with the Monsoon Indian Restaurant on the right, turn left onto B4506 signposted to Dagnall. Road runs along the bottom of Whipsnade to Dagnall. Straight across mini-roundabout at Dagnall, up the hill into Ringshall and the Club entrance is sign-posted about ½ mile further on left. Follow the private road to the clubhouse and car park.
From M1 northbound – Leave at Exit 8 – straight across all roundabouts until reaching the ‘magic roundabout’ in the centre of Hemel Hempstead. Turn right around roundabout and take the A4146 to Leighton Buzzard. Stay on this road for about 7 miles, going over the narrow bridge at Water End, until reaching the mini-roundabout at Dagnall. Turn left onto the B4506. Up the hill into Ringshall and the Club entrance is sign-posted about ½ mile further on the left. Follow the private road to the club.