Pirate Island Adventure Golf is unlike any other mini-golf or crazy golf course you have ever played. Spectacularly themed and festooned with obstacles including a huge pirate ship, streams, rafts,snakes and crocodiles, Pirate Island Adventure Golf is swashbuckling fun for everyone! Whether you are an old seadog or a young scallywag you'll love the challenge of Pirate Island, so come and visit us soon at Pirate Island Milton Keynes, Pirate Island Woking or Pirate Island Castleford.
Come and enjoy our first class facilities including an outstanding, scenic 18-hole golf course, a time-saving 9-hole course, plus a fun short course, ideal for beginners and families. There's also afloodlit driving range, open into the evenings, with coaching from PGA qualified golf professionals, a short game practice area and a well-stocked golf shop with all the latest golf equipment and clothing.
Set in the tranquil Surrey countryside between Woking and Guildford, Sutton Green is an exceptional golf club. Co designed by former world No.1 Laura Davies and course designer David Walker. The golfcourse is an impeccable par 71. 6,480 yards from the championship tees. The golf course offers memorable views over the stunning Surrey countryside and is complimented by its traditional style clubhouse, which has a welcoming bar, restaurant and function suite.
Chobham Golf Club in Surrey is a traditional private members golf club offering the combined benefits of a superbly designed golf course, excellent clubhouse facilities and experienced management in astunningly beautiful location. Our 18 hole par 69 course which was designed by Peter Alliss and Clive Clark is a beautiful Surrey golf course. The course has been designed and built to international championship standards, challenging the skills of low and high handicap players alike.
Here you will find lots of information about our fantastic golf course and facilities. West Byfleet is a warm and friendly traditional members club established in 1906 and located only 3 miles fromWoking. We are very proud to have one of the best venues in the Surrey Heathland area to host a society event and welcome all visitors Monday to Friday. Our aim is to ensure that all visitors have a very enjoyable day.
West Hill is truly one of Surrey's oldest gems. Consistently featured in the top 100 golf course listings, this stunning heathland course, designed in 1907, is lined with towering Scots pines. Thebrook of Brookwood meanders its way through the course, coming into play on six different holes. Strategic play is required from every tee, making the course play considerably longer than its 6,380 yards.
Pyrford is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty and wildlife. Ringed by magnificent woodland the fairways weave between sculptured mounds and the 23 acres of lakes, fringed with bulrushes,reeds and lilies, give the course its distinctive and unique characteristic with water ever present. The 6,256 yard course is separated into 2 loops providing a choice of starting positions.
Welcome to Crown Golf, we're the UK's largest golf club operator with 24 golf clubs spread around, Bristol, Essex, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, London, Middlesex, Merseyside and Surrey. We're proud tooffer some of the best golf in the country and a variety of choice across the clubs. Our Flagship, St Mellion International Golf Resort is a Top 100 golf course. 5 and 7 day members at Crown Golf have Open Play rights to 23 golf clubs and 5 partner clubs.
Merrist Wood Golf Club, established in 1997 and nestled in 250 acres of tranquil Surrey countryside, is a woodland course surrounded by mature trees and the sounds of bird song. Located outsideGuildford along the Aldershot Road and 5 minutes from the A3, Merrist Wood will provide you with a golfing experience like no other.
Do you know your club head speed, angle of attack, swing path and face angles at impact? Do you know that the angle of your clubface at impact has a 75% to 85% influence on the direction your ballstarts on? Do you know that the difference between the path your club swings on and the angle of the face at impact will determine how much your shot will curve? Do you know that backspin is caused primarily by the difference between your attack angle and the loft on the club at impact?