The Wisley Golf Club
Mill Lane, Ripley,
Woking, Surrey GU23 6QU
Tel : +44 (0)1483 211022 Fax : +44 (0)1483 211662

The Wisley Golf Club opened in August 1991 and was the first course to be deisgned by the world renowned architect Robert Trent Jones Jnr. It comprises 3 loops of nine holes which won instant recognition, being designated best new course and ranked in the uk's top 20 by Golf World.
The Club facilities are made available only to the Members and their accompanied guests, and prides itself on providing the highest quality of course presentation.

From Guildford A3:take exit for Ripley. Drive thru village, B2215. At roundabout after village follow sign marked Wisley RHS Gardens, London (A3). Immediately after roundabout, but before A3, turn left into Mill Lane. Follow club signs.

Further Information
Directions from London From London on A3 or M25 (exit 10 Marked Guildford: Heading south on A3, take first exit marked Ockham, Ripley Send. Continue round roundabout, taking last exit marked Wislet RHS Gardens, London A3. Immediatly after roundabout, but before joining A3, turn sharp left into Mill Lane. Follow signs to the Club.

Information herein provided by the club 24 March 2002.
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For more information on The Wisley Golf Club see www.wi

Course Details

Course Name: Church Holes: 9 Yardage: 3356 SSS: 72
SSS form any 18 holes -73 men 74 ladies.
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Course Name: Garden Holes: 9 Yardage: 3385 SSS: 72
SSS form any 18 holes 18 -73 men 74 ladies.
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Course Name: Mill Holes: 9 Yardage: 3473 SSS: 72
SSS form any 18 holes 18 -73 men 74 ladies.
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Accomodation in the Area:
Thatchers Jarvis Hotel (East Horsley)
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The Hilton Hotel (Cobham)
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  • Europe Golf courses reviews John Kirkwood 10/00

    John Kirkwood wrote on: Sep 30, 2000

    We thoroughly enjoyed playing the Wisley last April and what a great golfing experience it turned out to be! The course setting was immaculate and we could not have enjoyed ourselves more. The greens were absolutely perfect and the fairways definitely challenged our games. I had brought two friends to England and they could not have asked for any more. The morning we arrived at the Wisley and went through the front gates we knew that a day on this course was going to be special. I highly recommend anyone who is afforded the opportunity and pleasure to play The Wisley not to pass it up! Just beware and bring your 'A' game!


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Nick Taylor 07/00

    Nick Taylor wrote on: Jun 30, 2000

    A great course in a lovely setting, with lots of mounds, bunkers and water. If you hook/draw the ball, the Garden is a challenge, but it challenges you if you fade/slice the ball on the Church course. Best to keep it straight if you can! A couple of blind-ish tee shots which can be misleading, but on most holes you can see how to play the hole. Firm greens with subtle breaks, and the day we played they were fast. It is a tight driving course - I used irons off the tee on quite a few of the par 4s. If you get the chance, go and play you will not be disappointed.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews David Barsalou 11/98

    David Barsalou wrote on: Oct 31, 1998

    I had the pleasure of playing this course the last two summers. Yes, it is quite private however that is why you join this type of golf club. As for the course, it's great. The Garden nine is probably the weakest of the three. Course is like Florida in England. Lots of mounding and water, however the fairways are lined with gorse and other ball eating vegetation. On my next visit to London, I will cetainly look to play the course again.