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Sandiway Golf Club, Cheshire
Sandiway Golf Club was established in 1920. The very highly-rated 18-hole course is set in mixed heath and woodland and has been developed from the original course designed by Ted Ray, the first Ryder Cup captain.
Harry Colt was called to make improvements in 1925. Additional holes 2nd, 3rd and 4th were built in 1955 to the design of Fred Hawtree following the loss of the original 2nd and 3rd when the A556 was widened.
From the white tees and at par 70 with standard scratch 72 an enjoyable test of any golfers' ability is ensured whatever his or her handicap.
Sandiway Golf Club was placed above many more famous golf courses in Britain to gain the coveted accolade of the "Most Welcoming Golf Club of the Year UK 2007". The club won the award in the annual competition organised by the outstanding trade magazine "Clubhouse".