Bletchingley Golf Club
Church Lane,
Bletchingley, Surrey RH1 4LP
Tel : +44(0) 1883 744666 Fax : +44(0) 1883 744284

Bletchingley Golf Club has been open since 1993 and has matured into a beautiful undulating and challenging course . It has a wonderful friendly club atmosphere and visitors and societies are made warmly welcome. Being constructed on sand it is open when others are closed due to wet weather. The restaurant and pro shop have built a fine reputation and there is golf tuition at all levels. New members and society/corporate bookings are welcome. For membership, tel 01883 744666, society/corporate bookings, tel 01883 744666 Pro and tee times, tel 01883 744848.

Information herein provided by Sophia Miles ( thank you for kindly updating us with the details herein.)

1 km south of M25 Junction 6 on A25

Course Details

Course Name: Bletchingley Holes: 18 Yardage: 6531 SSS: 72

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  • Europe Golf courses reviews Stu Frith 02/01

    Stu Frith wrote on: Jan 31, 2001

    I am currently a member of the club and I live locally so it is easy for me to get to the club and have a quick round. The Pros there are very friendly so are the bar staff.
    Some long holes include the 3rd, 6th and 9th. The 5th hole is very challenging right angling left. The practice range is good if you need to get some practice in before a round. A very good course I recommend it!


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Sophia Miles - 7/98

    Sophia Miles wrote on: Nov 30, 1997

    I've been to Bletchingley Golf Course a few times and I love it. It's very easy to get to from London - ideal for a round on the way to or from the airport! For a relatively new course, it seems quite mature. They've really tried hard to make it look nice without disturbing a beautiful tract of countryside.
    There are loads of flowers - daffodils in spring and bluebells, etc. Also, the rolling hills mean that you get some stunning views out towards Kent and Sussex. The water hazards (on the 12th and 17th holes), as well as looking nice, provide some exciting play. My favourite hole is number 17 - it's quite magical.