Our course was established in 1887 making it one of the oldest in Surrey. In the 1920s it was redesigned by James Braid, a Scotsman who won the Open Championship five times before becoming an equally successful golf course architect.

Among the impressive work on Braid’s resume is the remodelling of Carnoustie and the design of both the King’s Course and Queen’s Course at Gleneagles. Braid is also considered by some to have invented the dog-leg, which is perhaps why our 18th hole is shaped as it is! So you can see we share quite a pedigree.

Visitors should not be misled in any way by the par 68 on the scorecard. The 18 holes meander through the picturesque tree-lined countryside to provide an interesting test of golf for even golf professionals. It may only say 5,272 yards on the scorecard (from the white tees), but it plays much longer. An accurate long game and a sharp short game will earn their reward.

There are some tricky par threes, ranging in length from 136 to 225 yards, and a range of par fours which are accessible only to the longest hitters. Among the features are tricky dog-legs and the tantalising 464-yard par 4 15th which few can reach in two. The par five 18th with it's 90 degree dog-leg provides a good opportunity to end the round on a high note. All holes benefit from excellent greens reckoned to be some of the best in the county.


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