The location of Cuddington in England’s countryside means it offers a lot of open spaces for outdoor sporting activities. The village is away from the urban centers where the clamor for property development has led to congestion of facilities.

The clean surroundings and the heavy vegetation cover also make the area a great sporting environment.

The Sandiway Golf Club

This is one of Cuddington’s premier sporting facilities. The 18-hole playing surface is closing in on a century of existence having been set up in 1920. The sandy nature of the Sandiway soil gives this course a fast natural way to drain off making it a suitable surface in almost all weather.

It has undergone several upgrades since it was set up by pioneer Ryder Cup captain Ted Ray and is suitable for golfers of all categories, whether rookies or professionals.

The Petty Pool Outdoor Center

The Petty Pool offers facility for more diverse sporting activities. It is popular with people seeking to improve their personal sporting skills in disciplines like archery, climbing, zip wire and abseiling. The facilities are well maintained and available for hire at all times.

People can also make bookings for group team building sporting activities like forest adventures and hiking.

The facility also offers indoor games like board games, table football, and snooker.

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Cuddington is part of the huge football culture in England. The club admits players from the age of seven years upwards for both genders. Categories range from U&’s to U15’s, with a well-organized structure for young players to graduate through the ranks. The senior team plays in the Cheshire Football League.

Cuddington and Sandiway tennis club

The tennis club is an open facility for players of all ranks and age-groups.

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This is a great place for go-karting and driving races, especially for young competitors.