Ferndown Golf Club


Harry Redknapp 'King of the Jungle’ swung into action to officially open Ferndown Golf Club’s new entrance.

Harry, who became a member of the club last year, described the new access as “terrific”.
He added: “Nice people, good atmosphere, iconic golf course and now an impressive new entrance. What more could you ask from your club?”

Matt Fleming, Club Captain, said: “The new entrance is a clear statement of our future ambitions for Ferndown.
We already consider ourselves to be one of the top golf clubs in Dorset but, through a programme of planned improvements, our intent is to become one of the leading clubs in the country.
It’s a tough time for golf clubs and, ultimately, only the best will survive. We’re determined that Ferndown will be one of those clubs.”

Founded in 1913, Ferndown Golf Club is a 27-hole heathland golf course, ranked in the top three per cent of the world’s courses by Rolex.
It is also placed at 88 in Golf Monthly’s UK and Ireland Top 100 courses for 2019/20 while Golf World ranks Ferndown as one of the top 36 courses in England.
Future projects at Ferndown Golf Club, which has over 800 members, include a new car park, covered driving range and ongoing improvements to the course and clubhouse.

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