Wentworth Club East Golf Course

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The members’ favourite, the East was the first of Wentworth’s three golf courses and only helped to increase the fame of course architect Harry Colt who had already designed by then Royal Portrush, Rye, Sunningdale Old, Swinley Forest and St George’s Hill.

Host to the Curtis Cup in 1932 and a forerunner of the Ryder Cup in 1926, the East is the quiet “brother” of the West but its quality is loud and clear.  Colt’s overall design philosophy was that a golf course should give a player a variety of options in terms of shot selection; a characteristic that makes his golf courses challenging for the game’s best players, but at the same time enjoyable for the amateur golfer.
To score well, you need accurate driving and precision shot-making into the well-bunkered greens; another classic Colt trademark. Position, not power, is the name of the game here.  
“When Harry Colt was invited to lay out the East, he was given 200 acres of some of the best Surrey heathland from which to work. His creation is in my opinion architecturally and aesthetically superior to the West Course in many ways.” – Bernard Gallache

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