Type: Parkland Length: 5580 Par: 69 Telephone: 01494791772
Chartridge Park is something of a pioneer in the world of golf as it was the first course to use the hotly debated 'Pin-Point System' from which each tee tells the golfer the exact location of the pin on the green.
Situated within the Chiltern Hills, but still easy on the legs, it is surrounded by a wealth of natural beauty, and the numerous water features make for a tricky and challenging course.
Interestingly, the course was also designed by John Jacobs, the legendary captain of the European Ryder Cup teams in 1979 and 1981, and also the noteworthy winner of both of his games in America in his Ryder Cup debut in 1955.
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2 miles North West of Chesham. 9 miles West of M25 Junction 18.