Nestled in the serenity of the Halliloo Valley just north of Woldingham, in the heart of the Surrey North Downs, Woldingham Golf Club’s excellent course and facilities have become a popular destination for both golfers and events planners.
Designed by American course architect Bradford Benz, the beautiful, rolling course makes the most of the contours of the valley in which it sits and suggests a relaxed game many have yet to experience! A par 71 course in excess of 6,000 yards long from the yellow tees, the course is built on a chalk base, excellent for drainage which, together with the USGA specification greens, allows year round play.
With few forgiving holes and deceptively undulating fairways, Woldingham has a number of tricky par 3’s in particular the 2nd which offers an elevated shot to a green surrounded by strategically placed bunkers. Golfers will decide for themselves their favourite holes, but for sheer beauty, the 4th and 7th at the far end of the course, in the bowl of the valley, will take some beating..
Surrounded by the course, the Club’s stately neo-classical style clubhouse offers spectacular views across the course and valley beyond - a view the first floor events suite, with large ornate stone balcony, truly makes the most of.