The golf courses and clubhouse are open. Under COVID-19 regulations, all tee times must be booked in advance by telephoning the professionals' shop on 01728 453309. Please be aware that from Friday 24 July face coverings must be worn in the Pro Shop.
Welcome To Aldeburgh Golf Club, Est 1884 In Suffolk
Aldeburgh Hosts Prestigious R&A Event
Aldeburgh Golf Club hosted the 2019 Jacques Leglise Trophy - the annual Junior International match between Great Britain & Northern Ireland and Continental Europe.
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Environmental Golf Club of the Year 2019
The Sports Turf Research Institute has awarded the 2019 Environmental Golf Club of the Year to Aldeburgh Golf Club.
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Aldeburgh Open to Visitors
To book a visit to Aldeburgh Golf Club please call the Professional Shop on 01728 453 309.
The River Course
The River Course is quieter now than in the first few weeks following resumption of golf and we have significant demand from members and visitors to be able to play their own ball when playing in groups of three and four.
To enable those who prefer two ball golf for pace of play or other reasons, we will continue to restrict play to two balls in the morning with three and four balls permitted from 12 noon onwards.
This is with immediate effect and members should bear this in mind when booking tee times on the River Course.
Under COVID-19 regulations, all tee times must be booked in advance by telephoning the professionals' shop on 01728 453309.
Find out about the golf course and heathland management at Aldeburgh Golf Club from our Head Greenkeeper. You’ll read about the wildlife you’ll spot while visiting our top 100 championship course.
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Explore the Course
Aldeburgh Golf Club has two courses, the 18 hole Championship Course and the River Course, a delightful 9 holes more suitable for beginners and high handicap golfers.
The Championship Course ranked 31st in England by Golf World, is built on maritime healthland is characterised by gorse-lined fairways and far reaching views of the River Alde and the North Sea. Fast-draining, sandy soil ensures that it plays well throughout the year; in winter the greens and fairways are in excellent condition with no need for preferred lies, temporary greens or tees.
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