New Zealand Golf Club
Woodham Lane,
Addlestone, Surrey KT15 3QD
Tel : +44 (0)1932 345049 Fax : +44 (0)1932 342891

Woking 5 km. West Byfleet 1 km. Weybridge 7 km

Course Details

Course Name: New Zealand Holes: 18 Yardage: 6012 SSS: 69

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  • New Zealand G C

    David Worley wrote on: Sep 13, 2012

    Played NZGC with my wife in August 2011. Great little course -demands accuracy.
    Lovely clubhouse -made to feel very welcome by everyone. Should be higher in the UK rankings.


  • New Zealand G.C.

    Robert Mackie wrote on: Sep 27, 2006

    It may be set in time but wath a time ,the course wonderful the staff the best.
    If you can play the course which is by invitation only you will see that some times the old ways are the best ways.
    If a male club is not for you with rules and traditions then your lose.
    I for one will return if allowed to do so.
    Keep up the good work.


  • New Zealand Golf course

    Paul Knight wrote on: Nov 14, 2005

    This course (well at least its members) give Golf a bad name. I popped by there just to enquire as to a round for the day, only to be met by the sort of toff, stuck up, arrogant type that plagued the sport of long ago:
    "Excuse me sir, how much is it for a round?"
    "Its members only and only by invite. I doubt you'd get one."
    Well thank you very much! I wouldn't rcommend this place to anyone. At the time I was smartly dressed (I had just been to a Mess ball) and this place is clearly a dreamland for Proctologysts.


  • New Zealand Golf Club

    Mary Church wrote on: Jul 1, 2004

    Unless you're female and want to buy a drink at the bar. Dogs are allowed in, women are not!


      • RE: New Zealand Golf Club

        Tom Greene wrote on: Jan 14, 2005

        Simmer down Mary, you should have been home cooking your husband dinner, not drinking in the bar.


          • RE: RE: New Zealand Golf Club

            alex macdonald wrote on: Sep 14, 2006

            tom ure so right keep up good old traditions


          • RE: RE: New Zealand Golf Club

            James Deeks wrote on: Apr 16, 2005

            Mr. Greene... just thought you might like to know that your comment above is making the rounds of the Internet.
            As the person who sent it to me said, "British gallantry may be dead, but British chauvinism is alive and kicking."
            Ms. Church, you're welcome to have a drink in the bar at our club here in Toronto... but be warned, the beer is cold! Cheers to you all...


              • RE: RE: RE: New Zealand Golf Club

                Harry Kennedy wrote on: Apr 18, 2005

                Ms. Church,
                Mr. Deeks international reputation travels no better than Guiness or Boddingtons. Beware and remember "Candy is dandy but liquor is quicker!".
                Harry Kennedy


  • New Zealand Golf Club

    Robin M Sharpe wrote on: Jun 10, 2004

    Just absolutely perfect!


  • Europe Golf courses reviews 11/98 11/98 wrote on: Nov 30, 2000

    A stunning heath and heather course lined by mature trees. The course is manicured beautifully, and the greens are top class. There is ample space to land your ball on the fairway, though once off it, you'll have trouble extracting your ball from the heather. The course boasts some great par three's, but after the round one can't help feeling disappointed with the similarity of the par four's. A very testing course, but unfortunately lacking in invention in all but the short holes.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews The Skunk Hcp 21 11/98

    The Skunk Hcp 21 wrote on: Oct 31, 1998

    Like a tighter version of St George's Hill without the hill, this is a course of great character with some of the best quality greens I have ever seen.. Very friendly, if somewhat eccentric club. There's only one hole which is of lower quality (the par three fifth) simply because it is not a match for the rest of the course. As with any Surrey heathland course the way to play your handicap is simple........ Stay on the fairway. Off the white tees all of the par 4s can be reached in regulation but don't expect to be using a wedge unless you are have a 300yard drive in your bag.


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