Located North West of London on the border of Hertfordshire and Middlesex, Sandy Lodge is within easy reach of City and the surrounding countryside. Founded in 1910 and designed by six-times Open Champion Harry Vardon, Sandy Lodge is a superb example of inland links golf.
Overview of Sandy Lodge Golf Club
The site was chosen primarily because of its sandy soil and excellent drainage, and as a result, the course is open year-round and enjoys a reputation of being playable even in the most extreme weather conditions. The course takes advantage of the area’s natural terrain while making use of heather, mounding, and strategically placed bunkers, challenging players of all ages and skill levels..
The Club has continued to invest heavily in its main assets in recent years and has unrivalled practice facilities which include a 12 bay driving range, practice bunker, chipping areas and a large putting green, all of which are immediately in front of the Clubhouse.
Sandy Lodge hosted the English Senior Womens' Championship in April 2014 and will become a Regional Open Qualifying venue between 2015 and 2019.
At a recent visit, Michael Harris, the editor of Golf Monthly said “ We are all very impressed with the course and clubhouse” and the comment “I’d really like to be a member here” was uttered a few times on the way round and the journey back home.