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Golf Breaks 2012

Package Room Type Sunday – Thursday Friday & Saturday
Bed & Breakfast Single £70.00 £75.00
Double / Twin £85.00 £90.00
Dinner Bed & Breakfast Single £95.00 £100.00
Double / Twin £120.00 £140.00

The Chase Hotel is the perfect place to enjoy a Golf Break in Ross-on-Wye and Herefordshire.

The rates quoted are per room per night based upon either single or double occupancy, with full English breakfast and VAT. These rates are based on a minimum two night stay.

Groups Bookings Discount – groups requiring ten rooms or more will be entitled to one free room for every 10 rooms booked.

All golfing arrangements, tee times and availability must be booked directly with the golf course of your choice. The Chase Hotel will not accept responsibility for any golfing arrangements.

Golf concessions are available at each course, however this is dependent on the time of year, day of the week and seasonal availability. Rates advertised on our website are the best available rates quoted from each respective Golf Course, and are to be used for guide purposes only.

Storage of equipment, recharging of batteries and drying of waterproofs are available.

Golf concessions start from £15.00 per round, subject to availability.

Ross-on-Wye Golf Club

www.therossonwyegolfclub.co.uk

Concessions from £32.00 per person


Nestling in the wooded hills above the Wye Valley between Ross-on-Wye and Newent, The Ross-on-Wye Golf Club is one of the finest courses in the South West Midlands. Rolling fairways lined with mature stands of trees mean that accuracy and course management are at a premium rather than just length of hitting.

The beautiful Herefordshire countryside makes this a relaxing, friendly and picturesque place to play golf in any season, although the course itself offers challenges enough for all.

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.

South Herefordshire Golf Club

www.herefordshiregolf.co.uk

Concessions from £15 per person


Just a few miles from the picturesque town of Ross-on-Wye is the South Herefordshire Golf Club. Built in 1990 the club has recently undergone a transformation. The new management team took over early in 2005 and quickly set about improving the facilities and the golf course.

The club has the 6800 yard Twin Lakes course, a 12 bay floodlit driving range and a 9 hole par 3 academy course. The course has been improved by significant investment in new equipment, where the most obvious benefits can be seen on the tightly mown fairways and smooth fast running greens.

The area is renowned for the beauty of its gentle rolling hills and picturesque valleys. The course has super views over the three counties of Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire and in the far distance the Black Mountains of Wales. It really takes some discipline to concentrate out on the course, as the panoramic views are breathtaking.

Monmouth Golf Club

www.monmouthgolfclub.co.uk

Concessions from £16 per person


Monmouth Golf Club certainly has every justification for its claim to be one of the prettiest golf courses in Wales, and is also renowned for the warm welcome offered to its’ guests. The course stands on high ground above the Town with superb views of the Welsh Hills, Forest of Dean and the Wye Valley. The undulating parkland course, superbly maintained throughout the year, is 5582 yards off the white tees, 5399 off yellow (Par 69, SSS 67) and 5061 yards off the Ladies’ red tees (Par 70 SSS70).

Each aptly-named hole offers a different challenge; “Cannes Folly”, “Kymin View”, “The Oasis”, “The Struggle”, “Long Haul”, “Devil’s Bunker” and “Last Gasp” give clues to the test in store.

The eighth hole, “Cresta Run” was recently included in “Britain’s 100 most extraordinary golf holes” which also nominated Monmouth as having the best value green fees in the country.

The Rolls Golf Club

www.therollsgolfclub.co.uk

Concessions from £34 per person


Opened in 1982, this 18-hole Golf Club lies in mature parkland. The course is positioned within The Rolls Estate, the former home of Charles Stewart Rolls, the early aviator and motoring enthusiast. His flying and ballooning exploits at the beginning of the 20th century thrilled the nation and with Henry Royce founded the famous Rolls Royce Company.

Throughout the estate are many magnificent specimen trees of great age as well as a fine arboretum near the Mansion; with deer, waterfowl and abundant wildlife; and panoramic views, including the Black Mountains.

The Rolls is designed in two halves separated by a large wooded hill. This separation, added to the 600 acres of perimeter woodland surrounding the Estate, provides peace and tranquility not often found in the hectic times in which we live.

From the white tees the SSS is 73 with a length of 6733 yards; from the yellow tees the SSS is 71 with a length of 6283 yards.

Belmont Golf Club

www.belmont-golf.co.uk

Concessions from £19 per person


Belmont Golf Club is situated along the beautiful River Wye, yet conveniently located just a few minutes drive from the historic Cathedral City of Hereford.

Set in beautiful Herefordshire countryside the course enjoys a lovely parkland setting, with views to the Black Mountains to the West and Hereford to the East with the Malvern Hills beyond.

The 6511 yard Par 72 Course with its five Par 5′s and eight Par 4′s is designed to test both the high and low handicap player. The first nine mostly takes the higher ground whilst the second nine runs alongside the River Wye. Many find the second nine the harder as the river comes into play on at least five of the holes.

The Golf Course’s parkland setting, the River Wye, the wealth of lovely mature trees together with some more recent plantations are not only a delight to view but also ensure an interesting yet fair challenge. Whatever your standard of golf you will enjoy the natural contours of the fairways and picture-postcard scenery.

Hereford Golf Club

www.herefordshiregolfclub.co.uk

Concessions from £30 per person

In 1932 the final move was made to the beautiful Ravens Causeway, part of the Foxley estate owned by the Davenport Family. In 1968 Hereford Golf Club purchased the course from the estate and now proudly owns approximately 130 acres of magnificent countryside which provides the backdrop to a golf course whose charm led a Golf publication to say, “If you can’t afford to play Gleneagles, do the next best thing and visit The Herefordshire”.

The Club provides comfortable changing accommodation and an excellent Clubhouse.

Burghill Valley Golf Club

www.burghill-valley-golf-club.co.uk

Concessions from £20 per person

Burghill is situated four miles North West of Hereford in the beautiful Herefordshire countryside. The walking is easy on gently rolling fairways, around two lakes. There is always a background of hills and woods, and in the distance, views of the Black Mountains. A special feature is playing through mature cider orchards.
At 6204 yards, par 70, most of the holes require considerable thought, and with a policy of continual improvement it is seen as a fair but interesting test for players of all abilities.
The clubhouse provides a warm and friendly atmosphere. The bar and restaurant have been extended giving superb views of the black mountains. Bar meals or a full carvery are readily available.

Celtic Manor Resort

www.celtic-manor.com

As host venue of the 2010 Ryder Cup with its world wide coverage there is very little that needs to be said about this golf club. The Celtic Manor Resort offers some of the finest golf courses and facilities in the UK. These include The Twenty Ten Course, the Roman Road and The Montgomerie.

The Twenty Ten Course

www.rydercup.com/2010

Concessions from £80 per person


Built at a total cost of £20 million, The Twenty Ten Course is the first golf course in history to be designed specifically for The Ryder Cup, golf’s most prestigious team tournament, and has since made its mark as a must-play venue for any golfer. Set against the magnificent backdrop of the beautiful Usk Valley, the spectacular 7,493-yard, par-71 course includes many memorable risk and reward challenges, designed to provide a supreme test to the world’s best golfers in both match play and stroke play conditions.

No fewer than six holes on the back nine feature water hazards and the 14th, with its twin lakes, the drivable par-four 15th and the reachable par-five 18th stand out in an epic closing stretch.

Roman Road Golf Club

www.celtic-manor.com/Roman_Road

Concessions from £18 per person

Roman Road, the first of the Resort’s courses, opened in 1995 and was ranked ‘the top inland course in Wales’ by Golf Monthly Magazine. This par 70 course overlooks the Severn Estuary with views across to Somerset and Devon.

Designed by Robert Trent Jones Senior, the Roman Road championship course takes its name from the ancient East to West highway of Roman Britain, crossing its fairways to the nearby Roman fortress town of Caerleon.

Bordered by woodland, this challenging par-70 course features some long open fairways but also a number of twists and turns through trees and across lakes and streams.

The Montgomerie Golf Club

www.celtic-manor.com/The_Montgomerie_Course

Concessions from £15 per person

Designed by the winning 2010 European Ryder Cup captain, Colin Montgomerie called on all his golfing experience to create many exciting tests of strategy. He has also drawn on his roots in Scottish links golf to create a traditional feel, enhanced by deep and penal pot bunkers.

The Montgomerie offers a spectacular par-69 challenge, with some dramatic tee shots over valleys and breathtaking downhill approaches. Featuring just one water hazard, The Montgomerie nevertheless poses a formidable examination of course strategy for accomplished players while remaining a highly enjoyable challenge for all.

Complemented by some stunning views over the Usk Valley and the Severn Estuary, the undulating course provides a truly memorable golfing experience.