at Rudding Park
North Yorkshire, England
Designed by Martin Hawtree, the course blends into the existing surroundings and Rudding Park's commitment to the preservation of the natural landscape has already won the course several national environmental awards. New lakes, the innovative placement of bunkers and the construction of extensive tees and greens, designed to USGA specifications, ensure an outstanding test of golf for even the most discerning player.
New in 2019, Rudding Park has unveiled a new routing on its 18-hole Hawtree Course that takes inspiration from Augusta National. As at the Georgia venue, the Yorkshire club’s own ‘Amen Corner’ on the 12th, 13th and 14th holes sees fairways and greens cut through mature woodland. Rhododendrons replace the azaleas and dogwood, with Rudding Park’s own version of Rae’s Creek coming into play on two holes.
Did You Know?
There is also a 6 hole short course, which includes a replica of the notorious island hole at Sawgrass, Florida.