Abbey Moor Golf Club
Green Lane,
Addlestone, Surrey KT15 2XV
Tel : +44 (0)1932 570741

Abbey Moor Golf Club, established in 1991, has a 9 hole pay and play course played as 18 holes. It is affiliated to the Surrey County Golf Union and the LGU. Members can enjoy the challenge of over 40 competitions every year.

M25 jct 11. Go towards Weybridge. Right at roundabout towards Addlestone (A318). Over bridge; 2nd turn small roundabout into Green Lane. Abbey Moor is 1/2 mile on right.

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Course Details

Course Name: Abbey Moor Holes: 9 Yardage: 2571 SSS: 66
David Walker designed parkland course built in low lying meadowland with excellent drainage. The course presents a challenge for the novice and seasoned golfer alike. A slightly mishit tee shot will not land the player in a position from where a par is unachievable, but a clever layout and strategically placed hazards make the course surprisingly difficult for the low handicapper looking for birdies.

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  • Europe Golf courses reviews John Whittaker 05/02

    John Whittaker wrote on: Apr 30, 2002

    A good 9-hole course, which plays as 18. Excellent condition all year round, no temporary greens or tee's, greens are always top. If you can drive 300 plus yards 2 or 3 of the greens can be made, miss the fairway's which are tight, you will struggle to make par. Geese are no longer an issue. A good course for improver's and low handicapper's. Good value and a friendly down to earth clubhouse.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews James Stevens 4/99

    James Stevens wrote on: Mar 31, 1999

    This is a very pleasant little 9 holer, and worth the green fee which is not too steep. Compliments to the greenkeepers because the greens are nice and fast usually, and the fairways are mowed in different patterns quite often. I only wish it was a little longer, because apart from the last hole (par 5) its just a wood and a short iron all the way round. I think they should move the tees back about thirty yards or so on a few of the holes. On the subject of goose droppings, I had the misfortune of being an aerial target to a goose here a few weeks ago. But it must be true what they say about that being good luck, because on that very hole I sank a ten footer for birdie!!!


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Jason Walsh 03/99

    Jason Walsh wrote on: Feb 28, 1999

    Abbey Moor is the best pay and play course in this area by far. It's fairways and greens are immaculate whatever the weather. I played here last summer when the ground was baking hot and the greens were luscious - likewise last week, despite recent heavy rain, the course was dry and firm. The course is ideal for a beginner like myself - the par fours are short but interesting and the three par threes offer a great challenge with excellent greens.
    My only gripe is that play can be very slow (2 hours 15 minutes for 9 holes is not unusual!) - maybe the intervals between tee times could be widened?


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Paul McGuinness 10/98

    Paul McGuinness wrote on: Sep 30, 1998

    Abbey Moor is a pleasant, if a little short, 9-hole course right next to Junction 11 of the M25. It is not too difficult and has a couple of interesting holes, a par three under a mass of electricity pylons, and a par four which has the biggest collection of goose droppings you can imagine ! Both the opening par fours are driveable and the par of 66
    will not challenge your handicap too much.


      • RE: Europe Golf courses reviews Paul McGuinness 10/98

        Steve Gould wrote on: Jul 11, 2007

        Abbey Moor has come on leaps and bounds since 1999! Club members compete in a variety of domestic, Surrey and National competitions, off the white tees the course is extremely competitive challenging all levels of golfers.
        It's probably one of the best kept golf courses in Surrey. Well worth a visit!


      • RE: Europe Golf courses reviews Paul McGuinness 10/98

        will wrote on: Jun 1, 2006

        the first hole ism't driveable unless you can carry a ball 330 yards


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