14 reviews of Leatherhead Golf Club
We played here recently and very much enjoyed the course. The course was in very good condition with the greens being true. The back nine is a lot shorter but I did not mind this as it meant that it was a different challenge and made us think about it (a couple of holes we used a 3I from the tee).
The par 3s are all quite long and in general it was not the hardest test but an enjoyable day.
Nice golf course, but spoilt on our day in June by very poor greens, which had been sanded and needed cutting badly.
But good value for money, and nice clubhouse.Will give it another go later in the year when it's in better nick.
Leatherhead is a lovely little golf course and defintely worth a visit if you are a golfer in the neighbouring area. The greens were excellent and I particularly enjoyed playing the front nine holes...the back nine were stll fun to play but thee were an awful lot shorter than the opening holes.
The staff here were simply fantastic and they added to the whole experience.
All in all I would thoroughly recommend this to fellow golfers.
Played this parkland course for the first time on 31st March 2011 (£10 green fee for the Tsunami victims), and was pleasantly surprised at the course conditions this early in the season. We arrived a bit late for our scheduled tee time, but the staff were very helpful and got us out on the course a little later.
The golf course proved to offer a fine variety of holes, with a few really long par-4's (4 and 6) and a few driveable par-4's on the back nine. The front nine are better than the back nine. The greens had been dressed, but still rolled true.
All in all a very nice golfing experince in a relaxed atmosphere that I would recommend to anyone looking to play golf around London.
This is a great little track even if the back nine doesnt quite live up to the front! Well maintained course with a variety of holes...definately recommend this course, particularly in the summer. Great value for money aswell!
Our society played here last week....and left impressed,it really is a ideal society venue with a great course in super condition...there are a variation of holes and distances....and the layout is playable for all handicaps......the greens were in excellent condition
The society package is very fairly priced
Special mention must go to the staff....first class...they have a great golfers carry out idea...sandwich,drink,crisps and chocolate bar for a fiver..as well as a decent half way house.....
Its close to the M25 and they have had to make a few changes but you never hear the motorway
Well worth a visit,check their website for green fees and many of the on line booking sites have offers for the club
Played on 2 consecutive days during April 09, it had been raining a lot and even though it showed on the first day, the overall condition of the course was still very good, and the greens were very true, not the quickest at that time of year though I've heard they do speed up a lot in summer. It is a well presented course with enough trees to keep you straight but not they dont encroach so much to make it really difficult.
I prefer the front nine, especially hole 3 where you have to place your drive to avoid the big tree in the fairway. The back 9 is a bit too easy I think, very short par 4s where a poor tee shot still often only leaves you with a wedge or something. One of the holes has an interesting drive on it (i think hole 15). Tree blocks a straight drive, I tried to play a high draw to avoid it.
It very good value for money on the weekend twilight deal which starts at 2.30pm, not sure if this is temporary or not. I wouldnt pay the full price of £35 though.
Played the course 14th March 2009 in particular the first few holes were still very wet and the fairways were covered with worm casts. Generally disappointed with the condition and presentation even for this time of year, probably explains the deals the club is offering. Good layout and interesting holes must be worth playing in the summer.
Returned here after about a year, all the work going on during my first vist has reaped rewards.
An excellent course well worth a visit, with some excellent holes.
An enjoyable and friendly track with an excellent half way hut.
Played here on a twilight rate of £25 on a sunny Sunday afternoon. Very pleasant surroundings, tree-lined course and very much a course of two halves. The front 9 of 3500 yards is long by any club standards where as the back 9 is only 2600. I found the holes an interesting mix of the long and short, left to right and right to left dog legs. The greens were in very good condition and running true. Overall, I would recommend golfers to play this course at least once.
I played here as a members guest very recently.
I was made to feel very welcome by everbody i met at the course.
There is a lot of work going on at the course at the moment, and this did not interfere too much with my enjoyment. I very much look forward to being invited back once the work has finished.
Overall a very enjoyable course.
Played here yesterday (06/02/06) and was very impressed. Although there was lots of work being done to the course it never interfered with our round. The greens were in very good condition and the fairways were also in superb condition. Tne club was very friendly and accomadating and I will certasinly be going back again soon.
Played here on a Monday at the end of October (£21 on the twilight rate after 1 p.m)
This course was better than i was expecting .The first few holes are a bit uninspiring & can fool you.But as you go on the course slowly gets better & by the time you get to about the 7th you realise it's a quality course & you're looking forward to the rest of the round.
The back 9 is superb & hard to fault with many memorable holes.We got round in 3 hours & had the course to ourselves.
The greens were good ,the bunkers lovely to play out of & really well positioned but a few tees & fairways early on were slightly scruffy .
It's also really close to the M25 & an A road & you can here a slight drone .
If this course was polished up a bit round the edges & transported to quiet deepest Surrey it would be a gem. Overall though,we came away glad that we had played here.
Played this course for £20 using Twilight rates. There are some good holes on the front 9 which is much longer than the back 9 but the best holes are worth waiting for. The 11th is a superb short par 4 (Have at look at the amazing house behind the green) and the 12th is a delightful par 3. Lay up with a short iron on the 13th since there is no point going for the two tier green - If the pin is on the front it's as a very tight shot in. The 14th is another lay up hole unless you're very brave since the green is heavily bunkered. The 16th is tough to reach in 2 since the green is raised up and this hill makes for a lovely drive from the 17th tee. Course was in goodish condition with quite sandy greens.
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