Tandridge Golf Club
The Golf Course
A refreshed Harry Colt classic in the Surrey countryside
Celebrated golf architect Harry Colt created the delightful course at Tandridge in 1924. There are spectacular views of the Surrey North Downs and the High Weald, with the front nine running along relatively gentle land and the back nine sited in more rolling and dramatic terrain. Strategically placed bunkers call for accuracy from the tee, plateau greens make for demanding approach shots and subtle borrows on the fine surfaces test your putting.
The course has been fully restored and updated by Frank Pont, a specialist in Colt's design principles. Golf Course Architecture journal described it as "perhaps the most dramatic restoration of a Golden Age golf course yet attempted in the UK". Since then, England Golf has staged the English Women's Open Amateur Strokeplay on the course and the feedback from visitors has been excellent.
We hope that you will enjoy it too.
Home of the 2014
English Women’s Open Amateur Stroke Play
With a length of 6,509 yards and a par of 71, the course
provides an excellent test of golf. The long par four 14th is the signature
hole. It is a truly memorable hole of 477 yards played from an elevated
tee to a picturesque valley below. For an immediate impression please
view the photogallery
and the hole-by-hole course
The Tudor-style clubhouse has
a traditional character and charm, with golfing memorabilia
and prize winners boards on the walls. The reputation of
"The Tandridge Lunch"
is acknowledged by many as amongst the very best in any golf club in
Welcome to Tandridge, a delightful place to spend a golfing day. Societies and Corporates, please contact Jane Edwards, the Assistant Secretary on 01883 712274. For visitors green fees please contact the Professional, Chris Evans on 01883 713701.