Central London Golf Centre
Burntwood Lane,
Wandsworth, Greater London SW17 0AT
Tel : +44(0) 181 871 2468 Fax : +44(0) 181 874 7447

Central London Golf Centre open to all on a pay-and-play basis. Facilities include a Bar and Restaurant, and there is a large function room. Golf lessons are available from PGA professionals. Central London Golf Centre is open everyday of the year, including bank holidays, however it is advisable to call to avoid disappointment.

Turn on to Garrett Lane from the A3 at Wandsworth. Pass through Earlsfield town and Burntwood Lane is on the left. The club is 1 mile along Burntwood Lane on the right.

Further Information
Information herein provided by the club (11 July 98)
Formerly known as Springfield Park. For more information on Central London Golf Centre see www.cl gc.co.uk

Course Details

Course Name: Central London Holes: 9 Yardage: 2400 SSS: 62
Central London Golf Centre has a 9 hole golf course of 2,400 yards with 4 good par4s' and 3 par 5s', situated in the heart of London. It is a parkland course recently re-contoured.

For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.

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  • Horrendous

    Pete wrote on: Sep 5, 2010

    A tiny course with expensive green fees it has no right charging - £27 for 18 holes. The greens are bordering on unputtable - holes all over them, weeds growing through, long grass and so slow (on a firm dry day) a putter was usually not enough club. Couple this with the lengthy waiting times between shots due to a poor course lay out, patchy tee areas - all in all a highly avoidable experience. My group, along with others behind and ahead of us left after 9 holes, despite paying for 18.
    A definite miss.


  • Great Course

    Ian Gentles wrote on: Dec 21, 2008

    Ok not the greatest there is, but is challenging. Accuracy matters here with fairways being fairly narrow. I love the ninth hole, hit ball too hard and its gone beyond hole, hit short and your in the lake.
    Very friendly club, worth a visit.


  • London Golf Centre Earlsfield Review

    Stephen McArdle wrote on: Mar 23, 2004

    I have played this course a number of times and it is a good course for the beginner/intermediate. It has all the features and facilities of a members 18 hole.
    My only tip is to be patient on the course as it gets very busy in the summer and tailbacks occur.
    worth a visit if you live in SW London and are keen to learn or sharpen your skills.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Nick Silva 09/00

    Nick Silva wrote on: Aug 31, 2000

    I remember this plot when it was still the grounds of the adjoining Victorian Psychiatric Hospital. In between studying I would take time out to hit balls over the high trees (before the days of lob wedges made the task less of a challenge) and across the sports field. I would even imagine a layout for a few holes.
    The advertisements speak of 'superb greens' (AA guide to Golf Courses 1998). I had previously visited the 'driving range' last year. This was the first disappointment. It is the length of a nicely struck pitching wedge but you will not hit a wedge that far because netting on 5 of the 6 planes surrounds the range, the 6th surface is the earth! Even drives hit the roof before landing and it is therefore difficult to judge how well you hit the shot, not really conducive to improvement.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Matt and Kathy 08/99

    Matt and Kathy wrote on: Jul 31, 1999

    A course where they have made the best of the limited space available. Good for 9 holes in central London, but not the best course you will ever play - crowded in Summer and waterlogged in Winter.


      • RE: Europe Golf courses reviews Matt and Kathy 08/99

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