The Manor Course, which was opened in the spring of 1994 and designed by Neil Coles MBE to USGA standards, was once Essex farmland. The River Roding meanders through the course providing a natural and sometimes challenging feature. In Roman times the Woolston Hall Estate, to which this area of land once belonged, was used by families to wash their wool and clothes. A large stone was placed on the edge of the river for this chore. Hence the name Woolston. Under a heading of the Ongar 100’s, an entry was made in the Doomsday Book describing the Woolston Hall Estate as a small battlement. A small fort could be seen on the area surrounding the 15th green guarding the estate, some 500 yards from the present day entrance. Today the course boasts a ‘state of the art’ irrigation system, which provides the golfer with lush fairways even in the driest of summers.
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