Archive for April, 2000
Ashford Manor is a very nice course with a nice clubhouse which was once the mansion house of the Ashford Manor Estate. The greens are very good and look to run true, some are very undulating and the pins were placed on the slopes of some greens making those little tap-ins a little more difficult.
The fairways look great as well and are lined with woods of pine, oak, elm, fir and cassia. The course looks as though it is in the middle of the countryside, not right next to Heathrow on the outskirts of London. The only disappointing thing about this course was that the par 4′s feel all the same, straight up and down, there is only one dogleg on the whole course. The only other thing that is worth mentioning is that it is Jackets and Ties in the clubhouse after 7pm.