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Exceptional Golf whatever the time of year

View of the Clubhouse from the 18th green
Putting out on the 18th green for either relief or jubilation

Course Overview

Covering in excess of 200 acres and designed by David Williams, the golf course meanders through dramatic rolling countryside, populated by thousands of mature trees which further enhance the appeal of the setting. The topography of the course is extremely interesting with two valleys merging at the northern end offering wonderful views over Surrey’s North Downs.

Carefully positioned bunkers, raised tees, tree lined fairways and two teasingly placed lakes mean a good test of a golfers repertoire is required. Full irrigation, including all fairways and USGA specification greens and tees mean the course is in top condition all year round.

Although the contours of the site are dramatic, the clever use of these natural assets ensures that the vast majority of holes are played either level or downhill. There is only one real uphill shot - that being a short pitch to the raised 2nd green.

As befits a Championship length status, the course has a number of difficult par 4s, of which the 16th and bunkerless 6th are two of the most difficult. However, the most challenging hole for the club player is the 3rd which requires a carry of over 150 yards across water from the championship tee. Water also plays a part on the last hole, a challenging par 4 which requires two exceptional shots to achieve a par score.

But don’t believe us, here’s an independent review from The Social Golfer:

Mature open parkland course with undulating fairways (some hilly) and undulating greens, also fairway bunkers and some holes guarded by water.

With some super 'driving' holes. Fairways, bunkers, greens all in good condition. Practise putting green with a chipping green & driving range across the car park about 400 yard away from the club house.

Excellent club house with small pro shop & friendly staff. Sort of course I definitely be a member.

Ed McLatchie


Surrey National Golf Club is suitable for golfers of all abilities with a course approaching 7,000 yards from the Championship tees and 6,300 yards from the daily play tees. Check out the scorecard for details of each hole or study the full course layout via our interactive app on your smart phone. View each hole in detail and keep up to date with club news amongst other features.

We’re open to all golfers and welcome societies, corporate events and green fees.

Lessons from our Pros and Practising

If you’re looking to improve your game, PGA Qualified Professionals Matthew Stock and Kieran Smith have access to the latest technology to make a difference. Both our pros are more than willing to help you out with individual and group golf lessons. In addition and in conjunction with the well-stocked club shop, our pros offer a professional custom fitting service.

Of special interest to juniors, the Surrey National Golf Academy run by Kieran welcomes youngsters of all ages and abilities. Our facilities are recognised by Sport England - being awarded the prestigious Golf Mark status.

Our excellent practice facilities are ideal to sharpen up your driving on the range, short game and putting. In addition we have indoor facilities for when the weather is simply too bad.

After a hard round of golf, visit our magnificent modern, airy clubhouse with a terrace and balcony overlooking the 18th and providing grandstand views over the lake, fountains and course beyond.  It is the perfect place for relaxing with refreshments and boasts superb facilities, including a spacious and comfortable spike bar with log fire and free WiFi, serving light lunches, sandwiches, etc. For sporting events/presentations, there is a separate sports lounge with a large screen. Our well-equipped pro Shop has PGA pros on hand to give help and advice.