Hurtmore Golf Club
Hurtmore road, Hurtmore,
Godalming, Surrey Gu7 2RN
Tel : +44 (0)1483 426492 Fax : +44 (0)1483 426121

7 km south of Guildford on A3. M25 Junction 10

Further Information
Pay and play course

Course Details

Course Name: Hurtmore Holes: 18 Yardage: 5444 SSS: 66

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  • Hurtmore Golf Club in Surrey, England

    Chucky P wrote on: May 21, 2009

    I played Hurtmore again for the first time in about three years and it was an absolute joy. The set up is magnificent for both the quality player and also the high handicapper. The course has matured considerably and is maintained to a high standard. It can punish you if you go off line but at least you will usually find your ball, so your round doesn't become expensive. The course isn't extremely long but this doesn't mean you don't have to think about your shots as, the well positioned bunkers and occasionally tricky pin positions can catch you out.
    One slight criticism is that the sand in the bunkers is inconsistant and therefore can be frustrating but thats the penalty for going in them in the first place.
    Hurtmore is extremely good value for money and has very good off course facilities and the bar and food are very reasonably priced.
    Overall, Hurtmore is a lovely course set in a very picturesque parkland area of Surrey and I recommend you book a tee time soon.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Simon Marshall 03/01

    Simon Marshall wrote on: Feb 28, 2001

    I would just like to explain a few things to 'Fox Mulder' about Hurtmore Golf club. Yes it is a small, exposed course, but what do you expect for 87 acres of former strawberry farm? The SSS is 67 because this is what the E.G.U wanted. Since Hoburne took over running the club, money has been spent in many areas.
    The course is just undergoing a tree planting scheme, will shortly be having major work done on the bunkers and can boast the fact that over this dismal winter, we were closed for a total of 28 hours with all 18 greens open and in excellent condition. As far as I can see, this isn't too bad for a 9 year old course which has only just started turning into a real jem of a course. We at Hurtmore don't feel that critisism of this nature is justified, as 3 years from Fox's report of us is negative and also quite wrong. If he shot 70 or less, then maybe he has a point but the last person to shoot 70 at Hurtmore won our Club championship and didn't complain that it was too bland! Come back to see us, Fox, shoot 70 and then tell us you didn't enjoy yourself .


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Melabow Parkinson Hdcp 12 09/00

    Melabow Parkinson Hdcp 12 wrote on: Aug 31, 2000

    I recently visited surrey and was invited by some friends to play at Hurtmore Golf Club. The course appeared young, new but promising. The green fees were very reasonable which is always nice. The course had some challenging holes which I enjoyed. My current handicap is 12, but even this did not stand me in good stead for beating the course. A great day, fun course I recommend it.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Tom Watson 10/98

    Tom Watson wrote on: Sep 30, 1998

    An excellent young course that is challenging and enjoyable. Inexpensive and accessible, the course is on the small side but has plenty to challenge most golfers - the third, ninth and fifteenth are particularly worthwhile. On the debit side, it is a tight course with fairways close to one another and as it is close to the A3 there is the hum of the traffic. Greta views over the Surrey hills though!