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The Prince's Course

Opened in 1923 by HRH Prince of Wales, the Prince’s Course was commissioned by the Crown as an initiative to encourage more people to enjoy golf, after the devastation of the First World War.

It’s the shorter of our two 18-hole courses and offers wonderful elevated views of Richmond Park and beyond. From the upper part of the course you can see the imposing White Lodge, now home to the Royal Ballet School.

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The Duke's Course

Following the huge popularity of the Prince’s Course, a second 18-hole course was built in 1925. The Duke’s Course is a longer, more challenging layout, with plenty of water hazards and demanding tee shots.

Home of the PGA Surrey Championship in 2013, the course has since been completely redesigned following a £multi-million improvement project by Glendale Golf.

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The Duke's Course

Following the huge popularity of the Prince’s Course, a second 18-hole course was built in 1925. The Duke’s Course is a longer, more challenging layout, with plenty of water hazards and demanding tee shots.

Home of the PGA Surrey Championship in 2013, the course has since been completely redesigned following a £multi-million improvement project by Glendale Golf.

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Frequently asked questions

When do the golf courses open/close?

The courses open 7-days a week between 06:00 – 07:30 depending on the time of year. They shut at dusk every evening.

Can anyone book a round?

We welcome everyone – you do not have to be a member to play. If you are a newcomer to golf then we recommend that you take golf lessons before book a round. Golf is an amazing activity, but you’ll enjoy a lot more if you pick up the basics first.

Do I have to bring my own clubs?

We provide sets of quality rental clubs, available to rent online or when you arrive at the clubhouse (subject to availability). We always recommend to reserve your rental clubs online when you book your tee time, to ensure availability. We do not permit sharing clubs as this can signficantly slow down play.

Do I have to book to use driving range?

No, there’s no need to book a bay. Simply turn up and purchase a bucket of balls from the contactless dispenser, which accepts all debit & credit cards except Amex.

Is parking available?

Yes there is plenty of free parking, right next to the clubhouse.

Is there a dress code on the golf courses?

No, unlike many clubs, we don’t believe in dress codes. Just wear whatever is comfortable – just remember you’ll be outdoors for several hours, so pack some waterproofs and something warm. We recommend golf shoes as they offer much more grip in all weathers, but trainers are fine too.

Are golf buggies & trolleys available to rent?

We have a large fleet of rental buggies. We advise you to reserve your buggy online when you book your tee time. We continue to sanitise buggies before and after use.

We also offer pull trolleys – use our contactless trolley dispenser next to the clubhouse (no need to book). New for 2021! Rent the latest Motocaddy® M1 electric trolley for just £10! Reserve online when you book your tee time.

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Simply pay & play whenever suits you, or sign up to a flexible Loyaltee™ membership plan and enjoy unlimited golf. Whichever you choose, you’ll get the same friendly welcome.

  • Two 18-hole golf courses
  • 20-bay driving range
  • Golf academy
  • Nineteen™ Bar & Restaurant
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