Aldeburgh Golf Club
Telephone 01728 452890
Situated on the outskirts of the the quintessentially "Olde Worlde" busy seaside town of Aldeburgh on the world famous Suffolk heritage coast,. an area which is now just as famous for the inflated house prices caused by the weekend green-wellied London brigade with Tarquin and Carmelia and a black labrador in tow. It is the home of Benjamin Britten and the annual Aldeburgh Festival.
Established in 1884 Aldeburgh Golf Club is a throw-back to the era of the old fashioned members club of years gone by, not a bad thing in our view, steeped in the tradition that is so important to the game.
It is one of the very few clubs in the region that still has an Artisan section. The Championship course is a Two-Ball and Foursomes course. With a special rate for foursomes available. Adherence to a strict golf club dress code on the course and in the clubhouse is required.
The 18 hole Championship course is recognised as one of the best inland heathland courses in England with superb green s protected by heather, gorse and some strategically placed bunkers. Visitors to play this course will need a handicap certificate whereas the 9-hole River Course is open for all golfers regardless of handicap.
Our view if you are visiting Suffolk and you are a decent golfer you must try it.
Please note that the above views are purely an opinion based on a recent visit. For full details about the golf club we would recommend you visit the club yourself and form your own opinion. We are happy to publish your review as long as it is constructive, any detrimental views must be substantiated. We reserve the right to decline any review supplied and accept no liability with regard to any errors that will be corrected upon a reasonable request from the club if they are proven to be incorrect.