The beautiful Herefordshire countryside makes this a relaxing, friendly and picturesque place to play golf in any season but be too aggressive and the course will bite back – hard.
Designed by the leading architect Ken Cotton in the early 1960's, the club is now advised by another outstanding course architect, Donald Steel - the architect for many famous courses including the redesign to championship standard of the Jubilee Course at St. Andrews.
Sympathetically laid out to follow the natural contours of the hills “The Ross on Wye Golf Club” is a haven for wildlife. Wild daffodils and bluebells carpet the woods in springtime and the autumn leaves are worth the walk on their own. Expect the company of numerous squirrels and look out for the buzzards regularly circling overhead, and, if you are really lucky you may see the odd Muntjac deer.
Ross has good practice facilities with putting, chipping and pitching facilities close to the club house. A driving range some 50 yards from the clubhouse provides golfers with the opportunity to practice the long game.
We hope you enjoy your round at The Ross-On-Wye Golf Club!