Please find below useful information when visiting the club; including directions, dress code and playing on the course.
( please plan your route in advance, as we are not easy to find !)
Access to and from the St George’s Hill private estate is only possible via Old Avenue (off A317 Queens Road) or B374 Brooklands Road – all other entrances are inaccessible.
INPUT: ‘Old Avenue KT13 0PQ’ – the Estate entrance is at the end of this road,
OR: ‘232 Brooklands Road KT13 0RJ’ – the Estate entrance is next to this house. Vehicles of 7.5 tonnes or over to enter via Brooklands Road.
Once you are through the security gate you can input our postcode KT13 0NL (zero NL)
The M25, A3 and local roads are usually very congested in the morning, and there are local roadworks on a regular basis, so please leave plenty of time for your journey.
The BROOKLANDS ROAD entrance to the Estate is not marked with a road name – it is by a long painted filter lane in the middle of the road at the bottom of a hill about 1½ miles along in either direction (next to house no.232). Once you enter the Estate, take the middle fork (Cavendish Road) then bear right onto Golf Club Road – we are approximately one mile along this road.
The nearest station is Weybridge (direct line from Waterloo) – there is a taxi rank outside (we are approximately 2 miles away)
Heathrow 20 miles, Gatwick 30 miles
MOBILE PHONES ARE NOT PERMITTED IN THE CLUBHOUSE, ON THE TERRACE OR ON THE COURSE. They may only be used in the Car Park.
In the event of a fire in the Clubhouse, a fire alarm will sound. Please leave via the nearest exit. Fire exits will be clearly marked with lit green signs. Continue to main car park and wait for further instructions from the fire wardens (Orange or Yellow fluorescent jackets).
PLEASE AVOID SLOW PLAY as it is frustrating to those behind you, and pick up when you cannot score.
For all play at this course, a player may obtain distance information by using a device that measures distance only. If, during a stipulated round, a player uses a distance-measuring device that is designed to gauge or measure other conditions that might affect his play (eg gradient, wind speed, temperature, etc), the player is in breach of Rule 14.3, for which the penalty is disqualification, regardless of whether any such additional function is actually used.
In the event of adverse or potentially dangerous weather, ie thunder/lightning, it is the responsibility of each individual golfer to decide to continue to play or to return to the Clubhouse. A decision to continue play is entirely at the player’s risk.