Hindhead Golf Club
Founded in 1904 by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and a small group of golfing enthusiasts, Hindhead Golf Club is set in one of the most glorious natural settings and ranks amongst the best of Britain’s heathland courses.
The 18-hole layout measures 6,390 yards, with a par of 70 and, situated close to the A3 and just an hour's drive from London, this wonderfully conditioned and presented course is a must for every golfer.
A variety of tees makes it accessible for all golfers, from scratch to higher handicappers alike.
“One of my favourite courses of all time with greens that are kept in magnificent shape".
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30th October 2015
Hindhead's junior team of Ben Bushnell, Billy Tompkins and Charlie Newman have won the Christies Cup, defeating Foxhills in an exciting final at Walton Heath.
15th September 2015
Top100golfcourses.co.uk has updated its ranking of British golf courses and this has resulted in a move into the UKs Top 100 for Hindhead.
29th June 2015
David Corben continued his successful season by winning The Devil's Punchbowl at his home club, Hindhead on Sunday 28th June, with a two round total of 139.