Designed by Arthur Albert Messer in 1910 the clubhouse
incorporates the bricks, tiles and oak posts from three old barns that once stood on the site.
As a result there is a special charm about the clubhouse which is reminiscent in character of a 19th century farmhouse. The octagonal dining room with its leaded windows looking onto the 1st hole is a feature which delights today as much as it did when the building first opened.
Without losing any of its old world charm the clubhouse offers the best of facilities as one would expect from one of Surrey's finest golf courses.
We boast one of the best stocked bars of any golf club in the area with a range of traditional ales and lagers and a carefully selected list of fine wines to suit the most discerning connoisseur. And where better to relax with that after round drink than in the heavily beamed lounge which in winter features a large open fire.
Our kitchen offers a wide range of food covering an array of hot and cold dishes. Our menus are seasonal, using only the best products from our local suppliers. In addition Members and their guests can enjoy a fine fare of food at any one of the Sunday Luncheons and Gourmet Evenings.
Furthermore, members can take advantage of discounted prices on our beverage selection when hosting Private Events for which menus are tailored with our head chefs, Andy Johnston and Lee Francis and his team.