Please find below useful information when visiting the club; including directions, dress code and playing on the course.





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.

Important: Satellite Navigation and Route Planners

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.

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.


Old Avenue Entrance – From M25 Junction 10

  • Turn off M25 at Junction 10 (A3 towards London);
  • Turn off at Painshill Junction (A245 towards Byfleet);
  • Turn right at first set of traffic lights on to Seven Hills Road (B365);
  • Straight across mini roundabout;
  • At next roundabout take A317 towards Weybridge (Queens Road);
  • Take third road on left (Old Avenue) – the entrance to the St George’s Hill estate is at the end of this road – the security guard will direct you to us.

Brooklands Road Entrance

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 1 ½ 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.


  • Recommended:  Brooklands Hotel (by Mercedes Benz World, 2 miles away) 01932 335700 www.brooklandshotelsurrey.com
  • Oatlands Park Hotel Weybridge 01932 847242
  • Hilton Cobham 01932 864471
  • B&B Walton on Thames 01932 229075, or try the British Tourist Authority www.visitbritain.com


  • 01932 840830
  • 01932 842222
  • 01932 840840


The Clubhouse

  • The Clubhouse opens at 7am.
  • Cigarettes/E-Cigarettes are not permitted in the Clubhouse.
  • Lounge:  Golf clothing is permitted at any time, except for golf shoes.  Smart day shoes must be worn but socks are not mandatory. No golfing hats.
  • Members’ Bar & Shankland Room:  Golf clothing and golf shoes are permitted at any time. No golfing hats.
  • Dining Room:  Smart casual clothing to include a jacket (no tie) required at lunch.  No shorts or golf shoes.  Jacket and tie required for an evening meal.
  • No denim or sports caps to be worn in the Clubhouse.

Mobile Phones

Mobile phones are not permitted in the Clubhouse or on the terrace.  They may be used in the Car Park.

Fire Safety

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).


Slow Play

Please avoid slow play, as it is frustrating to those behind you, and please pick up when you cannot score.

Dress Code On The Course

  • Spiked or rubber soled golf shoes must be worn.
  • Shorts must be tailored and worn with either knee length socks of any colour or white socks of any length.
  • Not permitted: Collarless/sleeveless shirts, T-shirts, denim jeans/jackets, tracksuits, cargo shorts/trousers or training shoes.
  • Caddies to abide by the same code.

Trolleys, Buggies & Caddies

  • Trolleys/electric trolleys are available for hire from the Professional’s Shop.
  • Buggies: We are mainly a walking course, however we have a small number of three wheeler ride on buggies for hire for medical reasons from the Professional’s Shop 01932 843523 (please book in advance).
  • Caddies to be pre-booked via the Caddiemaster (01932 858175), and paid by cash on the day –
  • NB. if you subsequently cancel your booking or reduce the number of players, you must notify the Caddiemaster at least 24 hours in advance, otherwise the full fee is payable.


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.

Adverse Weather

In the event of adverse or potentially dangerous weather, e.g. rain/lightning/fog, if the Club Management decide that conditions become too dangerous or that the course is unfit for play, they will halt proceedings.  Golfers will be signalled to stop play by the sounding of a klaxon (long single blast) and at this time all players must mark the position of their ball and leave the course immediately.   Play will resume when possible.

Course Information

Course Ratings, Locals Rules, Club Information, Stroke Allowances & Playing Handicap Calculator.


To visit St George’s Hill, please call the Office on 01932 847758 (Mon-Fri, 8am-4pm) to make your reservation or send us a message.