It’s classically British at Woodcote Park at the exclusive Royal Automobile Club. Herbert Fowler originally designed the RAC's Old golf course and it offers a lovely parkland challenge in the heart of Surrey.
The Old Deer Park is a pretty spot and it's home to Royal Mid-Surrey, one of London's greatest golf clubs. With two courses, both designed by JH Taylor, the Outer (now called JH Taylor) is the premier layout.
The Bernard Hunt golf course (formerly the Chertsey) at the Foxhills Resort plays across a lovely, undulating and densely forested parcel of land. It was on this layout in 1978 when Janet Melville won the Pretty Polly Women's British Open...
Touched by J.H. Taylor and James Braid, Banstead Downs Golf Club was inaugurated in 1890 and this natural, recently extended, 6,581-yard, lie-of-the-land course is routed over free draining chalk downland.
Guildford Golf Club was founded in 1886 and here on the North Downs at Merrow you’ll find the oldest golf course in Surrey. Measuring a mere 6,160 yards, Guildford isn't long but it’s tough to play to handicap.
Once the home of the Archbishops of Canterbury, Addington Palace Golf Club is set in mature rolling parkland and it presents an honest golfing test.
Set on the southern ridge of Boxill near Dorking, the attractive course at Betchworth Park Golf Club is a rather hilly parkland layout, designed by Harry Colt and opening for play in 1913.
Puttenham is one of the oldest golf clubs in Surrey, founded in 1894 by a group of Army Officers, Charterhouse School Masters and local businessmen.
Founded in 1928 and designed by James Braid, Kingswood Golf & Country Club is located a mile to the north east of Walton Heath and is a relatively unknown venue, except to those in the know.
Offering wonderful views across the Surrey Hills, the beautiful parkland course at Bramley Golf Club is a James Braid remodel from 1935.