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What they say about us…

‘I’ve lived in the area for over ten years, and never gave this course a second thought. Have been happily driving down the A3 for years paying a fortune to play second rate courses. What greens! What a setting! It was bliss.’ UK Golf Guide

A game here is like stepping back in time. The course meanders over the Common, swooping past mature trees, gorse and rough. The long par threes provide a real test and the greens are outstanding. The members are very friendly and are always open to pairing up with the lone golfer. Todays Golfer

‘Just a brief note to say how much we enjoyed our visit to London Scottish. The greens were in fantastic condition. There was a lovely relaxed atmosphere around the club and the venue for dinner was very special. I would be disappointed if we did not make a booking for next year and hopefully there will be more of us to appreciate the little secret that is LSGC.’ Halloween Hounds Golf Society

This almost intact 19th century course is a lesson in golf architecture and in the manner in which the game was once, and should still be, played. Players who want showy water features and American style landscapes moulded by big budgets and earth-movers should stay away. At first the layout looks innocuous – the course appears to be scattered over the land rather than dominating it in the imperious modern manner – but then the Americans say that of St Andrews, don't they...?’ Golf Europe

‘The course is not that long but has enough features to give any golfer a challenge (the 200 plus yard par threes for a start). The greens were in fantastic condition and were a joy to play – other clubs with £40 or £50 green fees should take note! This course is amazing value. Friendly welcome in the clubhouse also. Well worth a visit and I will definitely be returning.’ UK Golf Guide

'The course oozes history and although short it is very tight - play to your handicap here and you've done well. The greens set the course apart from many others - they are superb and in the summer can be very quick.' Golf Shake

‘At less than 6000 yards it sets itself apart from the modern obsession with length. But you most certainly have to be accurate and your putter, on greens that are universally acclaimed as among the best in Surrey, needs to be hot.’ Golf News Ultimate Guide

‘There is an old-fashioned air about golf at Wimbledon. It has at least one supreme virtue: that of naturalness. Those clumps of gorse and the deep ravines where the birches grow were put there by the hand of nature herself, who is infinitely more artistic than any golfing architect’. Bernard Darwin, Historic Golf Courses of the British Isles

'The most natural feeling course I have ever played – and that includes Northern Irish links courses. The greens were superb'. Golf Shake

'A wonderfully designed course that follows the natural undulations of the surrounding land.' UK Attractions