Sunningdale (New)







Sunningdale (New)


Sunningdale’s New Course was designed by acclaimed course architect and former Secretary, Harry Colt. Founded in 1923, the New Course is one of the world’s best heathland golf courses. Taken together with the Old Course, many golfing experts will argue that these represent the finest 36 holes of golf in the UK.

The New Course was commissioned following the end of the First World War to ease footfall on the increasingly popular Old Course. An existing nine-hole course on the site was extended to a full 18 by Colt who, after several wholescale redesigns, was recalled in 1939 to finalise the design that has lasted to today.

Course Rankings

World’s Top 100: 45
Britain’s Top 100: 15
England’s Top 100: 4

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Sunningdale (New)

Many of the world’s best players have graced these fairways. Gary Player, a winner of the Dunlop Tournament here in 1956, returned to play Jack Nicklaus as part of the club’s Centenary Celebrations in 2000. The New Course has also partnered the Old Course throughout many years of Final Qualifying for The Open.

The New Course at Sunningdale is widely regarded as the best inland course in the UK. Playing slightly longer than its predecessor, the New Course offers a thrilling championship test with narrow fairways and acres of heather to test your accuracy. The New is a stunning course in its own right and one you will relish playing.