Mill Ride Golf Club
Mill Ride,
Ascot, Berkshire SL5 8LT
Tel : +44 (0)1344 886 777 Fax : +44 (0)1344 886 820

The Corporate world have discovered Mill Ride to be a great business tool. With many Multinationals using the club for corporate entertainment. Because of the clubs close proximity to London, a great many of the City Institutions have become regular clients which has in turn led to an excellent business retention rate by the club.

Golf Days are tailored to for company's exact requirements and the Heli-pad at Mill Ride has been used many time.

The club has limited membership amongst whom Gary Linekar, Glen Hoddle and Mark Hughes can be found.

Club facilities of amenities include practice balls, chipping green and putting area with bunkers, oak panelled lounge bar, a luxury apartments, golf shop, excellent changing rooms, power showers, steam rooms and saunas.

3 km west of Ascot

Further Information
Information herein provided by the club 5 Feb 1999.
Sales & Marketing Manager, Mr Jan Micheal-Lacey.
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For more information on Mill Ride Golf Club see www.mi

Course Details

Course Name: Mill Ride Holes: 18 Yardage: 6690 SSS: 72
Mill Ride Course was designed by Donald steel and is a somewhat unique combination of Links and parkland styles. On the 6752 yard, par 72 course , there is an abundance of water, strategically located to enhance the challenge.

The condition and presentation equals the layout , with Mill Ride being looked after by Gordon Irvine who is one of fourteen master Greenkeepers in the world and was British Greenkeeper of the year in 1993.
No stranger to Professional tournaments Mill Ride played host to the Southern Professional Championship, the 'Blue Ribband' event of the PGA South Region.

For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.

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  • Europe Golf courses reviews Ian Brown 08/01

    Ian Brown wrote on: Jul 31, 2001

    The course is very well presented and in very good condition. There is a lot of water in play. The 2nd and 3rd are very good holes to start and 6 and 7 are 2 good short par 4's. The 8th has to be the poorest hole on the course by some distance. With the pin at the front of the green it played a staggeringly short 80 yards. Luckily the 10th and 11th brought the course back into my good books with the 10th being as good a par 5 as you'll find.
    The 15th is a cracking par 3 and the 17th is a potential round wrecker with water all the way down the left. Overall a pretty good track that is worth a visit.