Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, on the boarder of Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire, on the edge of the Chiltern Hills and within 40 miles of central London, Ashridge Golf Club has long been associated with warm hospitality and the very best in golfing traditions. Indeed, Ashridge was one of the very first private Clubs to welcome visitors and societies. Today, as in the past, a warm welcome is assured.
The original course architects were C K Hutchison, Sir Guy Campbell and S V Hotchkin. At a later date, Mr Tom Simpson made some alterations. The course is designed as a 'clover leaf' with three tees adjacent to the Clubhouse. The design of individual holes and the skilful bunkering make Ashridge a stunning example of the synergy of both traditional and modern golf architecture.