Duke's Dene Golf Club now known as 'The Woldingham Golf Club'
SIines New Road,
Woldingham, Surrey CR3 7HA
Tel : +44 (0)1883 653501 Fax : +44 (0)1883 653502

Quietly tucked away in the picturesque Halliloo Valley, yet only 3 miles from the M25 near Caterham, our 18 hole par 71 championship course offers a memorable golfing experience for all standards of golfer. One look at the magnificent clubhouse and its stunning setting will give you an idea that you are about to experience something special in the world of golf.
We are proud of the facilities and services that we have developed since we opened in May 1996 and we are looking forward to building upon these in the future. We believe that your leisure time is of the utmost importance and to this end we have created superb environment for you to relax in and enjoy with your guest, both on and off the golf course.

M25 J6, take the A22 north signposted London - Croydon. At first roundabout fifth exit marked 'Woldingham'. Travel under viaduct, bear left at fork up Slines New road, club first left.

Further Information
Information herein provided by the club 28 July 1998.

Course Details

Course Name: Duke's Course Holes: 18 Yardage: 6393 SSS: 70
Inland links. Not only is Duke's Dene the perfect place to play your golf in summer but it also stands the rigorous test of winter; lying on chalk and with greens built to USGA specification, we have proudly kept to our guarantee of no temporary greens during the winter since opening.
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  • Question

    Leslee Hallett wrote on: Aug 15, 2004

    Can someone please tell me why the course has no secure boundary with the bridle path running from Wellington Rd CR3. Is the course on private land or has a general agreement been reached with locals to allow access, can you advise me? I ask as we are looking at property in The Village and wish to know what local spaces we can use with two small children. I appreciate your co-operation. Regards Leslee


  • RE: Europe Golf courses reviews David Bailey Hdcp 12 02/02

    wrote on: Jun 29, 2004

    i am a junior member at Woldingham, and i was wandering if you could provide any suggestions as to how to enhance and promote the junior section at the golf club?
    this is for a project at colledge and any help would be much appreciated.
    Lookforward to your reply.


  • The Woldinham

    Ted Sparrey wrote on: Jun 25, 2004

    Described as an 'inland-links' course, The Woldingham provides a test for golfers of all abilities.
    Designed around the natural contours of the Hallilloo Valley, there are some severely sloping fairways, many shots with the ball above or below your feet and tight-fairways lined with severe rough.
    Straight hitting and accurate shots into greens are a must.
    The greens are always in tip-top condition, not particularly fast but true.
    I have been a member for 5 years and would recommend to anyone - just remember to 'repair your pitch-marks!!!'.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews David Bailey Hdcp 12 02/02

    David Bailey Hdcp 12 wrote on: Jan 31, 2002

    I've played Dukes Dene many, many times (it used to be a Clubhouse course) and taken an assortment of friends and colleagues to sample its unusual delights. If I tell you the course is not long and a little boring to look at - fairly flat, no water, few trees in play - you would probably think (as I first did) this isn't going to be much fun. But the course is in good nick, a great winter course (no temporaries, proper tees) and the
    closest you're likely to come to playing links golf without hitting the coast. When the wind blows down the valley, the course can be fiendishly difficult - only 2 people out of a group of 32 at a golf day managed to hit the green on the nearest the pin 17th. A couple of poor holes (10th in particular) but a great double green (9th & 18th) finish and excellent grub in the clubhouse.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Derek Walker Hdcp 22 05/01

    Derek Walker Hdcp 22 wrote on: Apr 30, 2001

    As you drive into the club, it looks very easy - wait 'till you play it! Undulating links style course, great par 5's, tricky and well-guarded greens, bunkers that Martin Boreman would have trouble getting out of! A great club house with great food. Very helpful staff. But then I'm a member....