Shrinking the Game - the story of RNGC
What if we told you that there was a golf course originally designed by Old Tom Morris that also boasts Alistair Mckenzie of Augusta National and Cypress Point fame as an architect.
That it's a course that's accessible to everyone, played on common land, with free-draining turf that allows year-round play, and stunning views. A course that includes a green site nestled into the fortifications of an Iron Age fort, and back-to-back par threes that require a carry over an abandoned limestone quarry.
And that it's just 15 minutes drive from Cheltenham, within easy access from the M5 motorway. That course is called Cleeve Hill. And incredibly, it was a course that was nearly lost just a couple of years ago, before a campaign led by our friends at Cookie Jar Golf helped the golfing world mobilise to save golf on the hill.
With its future secured thanks to new owners with ambitious plans for the course and the club, we're delighted to invite you experience this truly unique golfing experience with the rest of the Sounder community.
We'll be making the most of the long midsummer days with a schedule that includes 36 holes of golf, and quite possibly more if your legs are up for it. We'll have plenty of refreshments to keep your energy levels up, and a fun format that includes prizes and exclusive Sounder merchandise.
Enter with your friends or sign up and we'll fix you up with a group of like-minded golf junkies - everyone is welcome at this most accessible and friendly of venues.