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Golf Australia Express : Issue2
As four times host of the Women’s British Open and countless men’s European Tour events, Sunningdale Golf Club can be considered the perfect golfing venue for a men’s major. Played on superbly manicured carpet-like turf fairways and flanked by stunning heathland, the Old course at Sunningdale is one of the most aesthetically pleasing inland courses in Britain. Hosting the British Open on this magical Surrey/ Berkshire sand-belt location would break from tradition—it’s a fair way to any rugged coastal links site. But Sunningdale truly is great golf course offering an exceptional test for the best. And this site comes with another feature foreign to British Opens: trees, and plenty of them. Now, picture fairways lined with tall pine, birch and oak trees bringing a new look to an aged event. The huge specimen tree behind the 18th green is the most majestic feature of all and recognised as the club’s emblem. SUNNINGDALE GOLF CLUB (OLD) ENGLAND