The best bunkerless course in the world?
|Royal Ashdown must rely on slopes and contours to create interest around the greens - check out the slope leading to this green! Pretty cool.|
I know that the choices in this category are limited, and truthfully, I am glad. I found Royal Ashdown Forest to be fun and interesting. In my opinion, it would probably be a better golf course with a few strategically placed bunkers. For the golf course architecture student, however, Royal Ashdown is a must see. The use of countour and ground movement creates interesting shots and allows for a myriad of options. The ground game is certainly en vogue at Ashdown and the course plays firm and fast. If you haven’t seen it and are planning a trip to London, let us arrange for you to see it for yourself.
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