In the Press

Top 100 Golf Courses ranks Tandridge Golf Course as number 78 in England!

News | 24/09/2018

Top 100 Golf Courses is the only independant website dedicated to the best golf courses in the world, and Tandridge Golf Course is ranked number 78. Follow the link to read the reviews.

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Golf Monthly Article - September 2018

News | 24/09/2018

Rob Smith, Golf Monthly Contributing Editor hits the 1,000 course mark, and lists Tandridge Golf Club as one of his all time favourites.

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Tandridge Golf Course listed in The UK & Ireland’s Top 100 Golf Courses

News | 07/12/2016

Tandridge Golf Course has been listed as number 99 in The UK and Ireland's Top 100 Golf Courses by Golf Monthly. Golf Monthly's Top 100 is the only list produced by golfers, for golfers.

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Golf Monthly Website - November 2016

News | 01/11/2016

Following completion of its substantial redevelopment, the upgraded course receives a glowing review.

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Tandridge Redesign in Golf Monthly: March 2015

News | 01/03/2015

Golf Monthly takes a look at the major course upgrade at Tandridge and the work to bring the Colt principles into the 21st century.

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Golf Monthly Next 100: Jan 2015

News | 01/01/2015

We’re blessed with many more than just 100 very fine golf courses in the UK and Ireland, so it would be remiss not to mention those just below our chosen 100.

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Tandridge hosts the English Women's Amateur Open: August 2014

News | 01/08/2014

Top class Hayley wins stroke play title.

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Tandridge Exposure in Golf Monthly: June 2013

News | 01/06/2013

A golfer’s guide to hidden gems. Harry Colt was probably involved in the design and upgrade of more famous championship courses than any other architect.

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Golf Course Architecture: March 2011

News | 04/02/2011

Tandridge, originally designed by Harry Colt, opened in 1924. The course was famous for the scale and number of its bunkers – a figure of over 300 is often quoted, although the restoration work seems to be revealing that this was an exaggeration.

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