Guildford Golf Club: Course Closed due to Covid-19 Government regulations, Reopening 2nd December.
Here at Guildford Golf Club there is a warm welcome all year round.
Flexible Lifestyle Membership scheme now launched!
Based on chalk downs, ours is the best draining golf course in the area, making winter golf as enjoyable as in summer. Whilst other courses may become boggy, ours does not, and we seldom use temporary greens.
The oldest club in Surrey, we are sited on Merrow Downs – an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The views are exceptional, from Guildford Cathedral to the Wembley Arch and Canary Wharf, with panoramic vistas of the Surrey Hills. If you have not yet experienced our attractive but challenging course where no two holes are the same, then what are you waiting for?
Established in 1886 and subsequently redesigned by J H Taylor, the course is situated on typical Surrey chalk downs, bordered by attractive woodlands. The rolling slopes provide an excellent example of the open commons on which the majority of inland courses were laid out when golf first became popular in England.
Guildford is a friendly and welcoming club. Measuring 6,160 yards, the course is suitable for golfers of all abilities. All visitors can enjoy full use of the club’s facilities, including the renovated clubhouse, our range and short game practice areas.
Guildford Golf Club retains the best features of a traditional members’ club but has now introduced a radical new approach to golf membership - ‘Flexible Lifestyle Membership’ with options to suit the needs of today’s golfer – making golf affordable for all - from the occasional golfer who can only play 20 rounds a year, to the competitive golfer wanting unlimited access. And there’s currently no joining fee!
“ The Flexible membership scheme makes it possible to balance my lifestyle and passion for golf. Along with the challenging course layout and incredible greens I would wholeheartedly recommend golfers of all standards to look into joining Guildford GC”
Sales Manager PXG
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