Woodham Golf and Country Club

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Woodham Golf and Country Club
Woodham Golf and Country Club Logo.png
Club information
Location Newton Aycliffe, County Durham, England, United Kingdom
Established 1981
Total holes 18
Website Official website
Designed by James Hamilton-Stutt
Par 73[1]
Length 6771 yards[1]

Woodham Golf and Country Club (formerly known as Rushyford Golf Club) is a golf club in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham, England. The course, set over 229 acres (0.93 km2) of parkland, opened in 1981, and was designed by James Hamilton-Stutt.[2] The club's head professional is Ernie Wilson.[3] Which was in administration but now been bought by Hall Construction Services and is now open. Woodham Golf Club Honours:

  • - Lee McCavanagh - Durham County Matchplay Champion 2010, Durham County 30+Caps, England Schoolboys U18's
  • - Tony Stafford - England University 3 Caps v Wales, Scotland and Ireland, North Durham Union Champion 2002, Durham County U21 Captain, Durham County 8 Caps.
  • - David Burnham - Durham County 5 Caps

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 54°38′26″N 1°34′28″W / 54.64046°N 1.5744°W / 54.64046; -1.5744