Woldingham Golf Club sits in the charming Halliloo Valley, in the Surrey countryside. The course is built to USGA specification, and is known as one of the very best winter courses in the area. It's suitable for year-round play, for people of all abilities.
What style is the course at Woldingham Golf Club?
Working in harmony with the valley itself, the 18 hole, par 71 course stretches to over 6,000 yards. It was designed by Bradford Benz, the well-known course architect, and the chalk base beneath the course makes it ideal for all year play.
What is the feature hole?
For their sheer beauty, memorable holes include the 4th and 7th, in the bowl of the valley.
However, the par 4 8th, lined by trees and peppered with bunkers, will likely remain a memorable hole for most.
What sort of course features can the player expect?
Whilst the layout of the course looks relatively flat at first glance, golfers will get a feel for the deceptive terrain as they drive through the course to the clubhouse.
Narrow tree-lined fairways and hidden pot bunkers require accuracy and present a real test of accuracy to golfers of all abilities.
Woldingham's picturesque course surrounds its clubhouse, which welcomes individual, corporate and society golf throughout the year.
On-site parking is available.