Work is continuing on the third loop of nine holes at the prestigious and multi-award-winning Stoke Park Country Club to complete a three-year renovation of the 27-hole course.
The owners of Stoke Park, the King family, will have overseen a complete overhaul of the venue across three successive winters, with work carried out on the Colt (holes one to nine) and Alison (10-18) courses reopened to much acclaim in 2016 and 2017 respectively.
Work commenced on holes 19-27, the Lane Jackson course, with an anticipated official opening date of April 20 - although members will receive exclusive access in a series of nine-hole competitions from April 13-15.
The renovation and reshaping of the first 18 holes has been well received by golfers and industry figures alike, and it is hoped the Lane Jackson work will be welcomed in a similar vein.
The course - namer after the creator of the Stoke Park Club, Nick 'Pa' Lane Jackson - dates originally from 1927.
Much of it was turned over to farmland during World War Two, for the essential purpose of growing potatoes, with golfers not even permitted to enter to retrieve balls.
The loop of holes was subsequently not fully restored until 1998, under the auspices of the King family, which took possession of the estate a decade earlier.
Stuart Collier is director of golf at Stoke Park. He explained: "The work on the Lane Jackson course is the culmination of a three-year plan of improvements and enhancements to the golf courses.
"The bunkers needed to be re-visualised and rebuilt in keeping with Colt's original concept, but also to ensure they are suitable for play in the 21st century.
"The first two nines look stunning and play really well, and this final winter of work will also improve the final nine holes in a similar way."
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