A 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.
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.
Tandridge Golf Course is situated in the stunning Surrey countryside, providing a spectacular golf course with unrivalled views.
Mens: Par 71, 6,509 yards
Ladies: Par 72, 5,521 yards
"A good 18 hole Golf Course is much needed in this neighbourhood."
So began a letter circulated to many residing in and around Oxted, Surrey in November 1922 by Sir Henry Gibson KCB. Sir Henry outlined a proposal to build a new course and clubhouse on a site on the Tandridge Park Estate at an estimated cost of £10,000.
Harry Colt is the true father of golf course architecture. His knowledge of the game, his vision and love of the land allowed him to create courses of great distinction that have stood the test of time as well as any in the world.