Croham Hurst

Croham Hurst Golf Club is a friendly and welcoming club that was founded in 1911. The 18 hole, par 71, parkland course was designed by Fred Hawtree and five times Open Champion, James Braid. Whether on the course or in the clubhouse, there is a sense of history, and a wonderfully warm sensation of being completely at home. It is a very special corner of Surrey, close to London and Croydon, boasting the outstanding natural beauty that once adorned most of the county. From the South-facing clubhouse terrace, the course extends up the valley in a series of gently undulating loops.

Every hole enjoys a private world of its own with the lush, springy fairways fringed by silver birch, beech and ancient oak. The course is an easy and enjoyable walk, and is seldom deemed unplayable even in the harshest conditions. The membership is delightful and diverse but sharing an immense pride in their golf course and a tremendous groundswell of enthusiasm and commitment to the club.