Sundridge Park East Course

Sundridge Park East Course

A short walk down the hill from the Clubhouse takes you to the 1st tee of our former Open Championship pre-qualifying course. With a par of 71, the East is a testing but fair challenge and newcomers are inspired by both its quality of design and playing condition.

Sundridge Park West Course

Sundridge Park West Course

The West Course opens with a yawning par 4 of some 423 yards set against a magnificent backdrop and leading down to the River Quaggy. This sets the tone for a wonderful golf course which has its own unique character and is a truly testing and beautiful par 69.

Thoughts for the course

Thoughts for the course

In golf, playing a competition or match on a course you know like the back of your hand has obvious benefits. However, when playing a hole for the hundredth time, it’s easy to fall into the trap of playing it the same way you always have. But, what if there’s another way?

Confident in the challenge?

Confident in the challenge?

We’ve all stood on a tee box at some point and struggled to muster up the courage to take out the driver. But, when you do, the key is to commit to the shot at hand, rather than trying to guide the ball down the fairway - something a lot of golfers will be doing after a few months without playing.

Sundridge Park East Course

Sundridge Park East Course

A short walk down the hill from the Clubhouse takes you to the 1st tee of our former Open Championship pre-qualifying course. With a par of 71, the East is a testing but fair challenge and newcomers are inspired by both its quality of design and playing condition.

Sundridge Park West Course

Sundridge Park West Course

The West Course opens with a yawning par 4 of some 423 yards set against a magnificent backdrop and leading down to the River Quaggy. This sets the tone for a wonderful golf course which has its own unique character and is a truly testing and beautiful par 69.

Thoughts for the course

Thoughts for the course

In golf, playing a competition or match on a course you know like the back of your hand has obvious benefits. However, when playing a hole for the hundredth time, it’s easy to fall into the trap of playing it the same way you always have. But, what if there’s another way?

Confident in the challenge?

Confident in the challenge?

We’ve all stood on a tee box at some point and struggled to muster up the courage to take out the driver. But, when you do, the key is to commit to the shot at hand, rather than trying to guide the ball down the fairway - something a lot of golfers will be doing after a few months without playing.

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My Poll

Which is your favourite golfing rivalry out of the following?


  • 1Jack Nicklaus vs Arnold Palmer
  • 2Tiger Woods vs Phil Mickelson
  • 3Greg Norman vs Nick Faldo
  • 4Annika Sorenstam vs Karrie Webb
  • 5Europe vs USA

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