Covering in excess of 200 acres the course is set in two dramatic valleys which merge at the northern end of the course offering superb views over the local countryside.
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 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.
Full length buggy paths mean that hire is available throughout the year.
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.