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The Golf Course

As golfers of ability, the new owners take great pride in the presentation of their courses.

Enjoy the benefits of modern construction methods too and USGA specification greens, tees & approaches as well as a fully automated irrigation system. If it wasn’t for the lakes, this Alliss & Clark design could easily be mistaken for a links course by the sea. Less than five minutes from the A3/M25, its rolling landscape & sleepy setting make it one for the discerning golfer’s bucket list.

With 23 acres of lakes strategically positioned throughout the design, every hole is unique and plays out on a naturally free draining canvas.


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  • Local Rules


    When a ball is in the no play zone within the penalty area, the ball must not be played as it lies and relief must be taken from interference by the no play zone under Rule 17.1e.

    Beyond the perimeter of the course, as defined by boundary fences or white stakes.
    The clubhouse, patio, paved area and flowerbeds, car park, driveway and practice putting green adjacent to the clubhouse.

    Young trees identified by stakes are no play zones.
    If a player’s ball lies anywhere on the course other than in a penalty area and it lies on or touches such a tree or such a tree interferes with the player’s stance or area of intended swing, the player must take relief under Rule 16.1.

    A player whose ball is out of bounds must proceed in accordance with Rule 18.2.


    All Penalty areas are defined as Red and are marked either by stakes or lines or a combination of both. Where only stakes are used, they define the margins of the penalty area. Where a combination of stakes and lines are used, the lines define the margins of the penalty area while the stakes serve only to indicate its presence.

    ABNORMAL COURSE CONDITIONS AND INTEGRAL OBJECTS Immovable Obstructions – Public footpaths, all man-made course paths, benches, ball washers, waste bins, sprinkler heads, drain covers, internal fences near paths and the fence protecting the 18th tee are immovable obstructions from which relief may be obtained in accordance with
    Rule 16.1. In addition, when such an obstruction is in the General Area and on the line of play, the player may take relief under Rule 16.1b if the obstruction is within two club-lengths of the putting green and within two club-lengths of the ball.


    The prepared area of sand on the 6th hole between the tee and the green is part of the general area and not a bunker.


    When taking wrong green relief from the 1st green, the wrong green is defined to include the area of fringe within one club-length from the edge of the putting green. This means when taking relief under Rule 13.1f, the nearest point of complete relief must avoid interference from this area in addition to the wrong green.

    Exception – No relief if line of play is clearly unreasonable. There is no relief under this Local Rule if the player chooses a line of play that is clearly unreasonable.


    Ground Under Repair – Relief MAY be taken in accordance with Rule 16.1 for areas encircled by whites lines, all ground that has been disturbed in the laying of underground pipes and drains, areas in bunkers where sand has been removed by the movement of water resulting in deep furrows through the sand.

    If a player’s ball lies in or touches an aeration hole within the general area, or on the putting green, relief may be taken under Rule 16.1.

    No Play Zone – When playing the 12th13th and 14th holes the area to the right of the fairway, within the red penalty area, defined by red stakes with green at the top, is a no play zone.

    Relief MUST be taken in accordance with Rule 16.1 for areas encircled by blue lines.

    When playing the 16th hole the area short of and to the right of the fairway, within the red penalty area, defined by red stakes with green at the top, is a no play zone.

    PENALTY FOR BREACH OF LOCAL RULE: Strokeplay – 2 Strokes,
    Matchplay – Loss of Hole.

Hole White
Par Stroke
Par Stroke
1 367 341 4 10 329 4 10
2 164 144 3 12 140 3 12
3 325 296 4 16 269 4 16
4 504 487 5 6 469 5 6
5 371 348 4 8 324 4 8
6 127 119 3 18 119 3 18
7 358 337 4 4 293 4 4
8 295 267 4 14 144 3 14
9 579 557 5 2 478 5 2
10 168 147 3 11 136 3 11
11 457 428 4 1 383 4 1
12 517 456 5 13 443 5 13
13 413 350 4 3 320 4 3
14 278 253 4 17 245 4 17
15 312 284 4 7 274 4 7
16 361 351 4 5 338 4 5
17 151 110 3 15 110 3 15
18 488 475 5 9 444 5 9
Out 3090 2896 36 2565 35
In 3145 2854 36 2693 36
Total 6235 5750 72 5258 71

Golf at Pyrford

“Pyrford is a great local course in the North Surrey area and while there are many courses around, this is definitely one of the better options.”
Rated 4 out of 5 by Justin S
“Played yesterday against the club members in an external comp. A nice links style course but the main challenges being water hazards instead of bunkers and gorse, I means lots of water, especially in the back 9. There were many challenging holes undulating greens. Staffs were very friendly. Highly recommended.”
Rated 4 out of 5 by Duncan Kim
“Lovely golf club lots of water not massively long but have to plot yourself round. Greens are usually great. Staff make you feel welcome doesn't get that busy.”
Rated 5 out of 5 by Martin Hall