Chelsfield Lakes (Hewitts) Golf Centre
Court Road,
Orpington, Kent BR6 9BX
Tel : +44(0) 1689 896266 Fax : +44(0) 1689 824577

A warm welcome always awaits you in our beautifully designed split level clubhouse. In this relaxing atmosphere you can sample some delights from our extensive menu with friends and family. W also have a spike bar, function and conference rooms, showers, changing and disabled facilities, and a patio area with barbecue for those warm summer days. Our golf shop has one of the most comprehensive ranges of mens and ladies golfing equipment and clothing in the area. We have two private teaching bays from which our 3 PGA professional operate. We have 40 bay floodlit fully carpeted driving range with markets and targets, also practice bunker and chipping area.

Junction 4 M25 exit at roundabout a224 signpost to Orpington, travel 1/3 mile and we can be found on the left hand side.

Further Information
Information herein provided by the club 13 Aug 1998.
Pay and play course with target golf range. This club is also known as Hewitts Golf Centre.

Course Details

Course Name: Chelsfield Downs Holes: 18 Yardage: 6077 SSS: 71
The 18 hole provides an exciting golf challenge to both the low and high handicap players.

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Course Name: Warren Holes: 9 Yardage: 1188 SSS: 27
Ideal for golfers wishing to fine tune their approach play, as well as giving a sound learning base for beginners.
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  • Europe Golf courses reviews Graham Newberry 11/98

    Graham Newberry wrote on: Oct 31, 1998

    I have played this course on numerous occasions. The 3rd (12th ) is the hardest of all the holes, mainly because of the Leeds/Liverpool canal on the left hand edge of the fairway. The 6th (16th) is the most technically demanding on the course, and one must make the decision to either cut of the corner or play a iron to the right-handed dogleg at 160 yards. If you play short you have a 180 yard carry to cross the ditch that is 100 yards short of the green. All in all a very difficult hole and a good test of golf for both the high and mid handicap player's. When all the trees have grown it will be a very good test of golf.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Charles Crawley 11/98

    Charles Crawley wrote on: Oct 31, 1998

    A very interesting course with great views and a challenging range of holes. The only slight problem that mares this course is the presence of electricity pylons above it, but these soon melt into the background and do not much spoil the enjoyment of the course.