There are few golf clubs that can offer the choice of two outstanding golf courses, let alone two that are so completely different. Members and visitors to Burhill Golf Club can enjoy two totally contrasting golf experiences on the Old and New Course.
The Old Course – This is a typical Surrey rolling parkland course. Not overly long by todays standards at 6479 yards, it is nonetheless a satisfying feeling to play to your handicap. The excellent greens are extremely quick and have some treacherous borrows which often deceive even the low handicap golfer. Opened in 1907, it has retained its charm with some of the original features blending well with recent course changes, which have ensured todays longer hitters are still well tested. Read more>>
The New Course – This remarkable championship course opened in 2001 and has a number of different features which are equally challenging. Although the greens are slightly larger, they are well protected by strategic bunkering, not to mention a number of water hazards including the River Mole which meanders through the course. At just under 7000 yards from the back tees, it doesn't lack for length. The par 3, 18th hole which is played over the river in front of the beautiful clubhouse is the feature hole that can jangle the nerves of the most experienced of golfers. It has played host to 4 Europro tournaments since 2009 and was a final qualifying course for the Seniors British Open in 2011. Read more>>