One lucky reader will win a day of golf for a society of 12 worth over £500 at The Ashley Wood Golf Club.
The prize will include coffee and bacon rolls on arrival, 18 holes of golf and burger and chips after your round.
What they say…
The fairways at Ashley Wood Golf Club are undulating and apart from the fairly steep third hole, all the others are easy walking so it suits golfers of all ages and abilities especially those looking for a relatively easy to walk golf course. The views of the surrounding countryside north to Salisbury Plain and south to the Purbecks are magnificent and these are complemented with 4 holes played within Ashley Wood itself, ancient woodlands that are carpeted with bluebells in the spring and abundant with birdlife including buzzards.
The chalk downland means that the course drains very quickly and remains playable in all but the most extreme weather so ideal for that winter golf break near the coast. The course is par 70 and at 6,308 yards, is not the longest golf course in Dorset but the last five holes provide a strong challenge for all levels of ability, especially if the wind blows. Regardless of your handicap, if you’re looking for a challenging game of golf in Dorset you won’t be disappointed.
For more information visit The Ashley Wood website.
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