The golf course, designed by the legendary HS Harry Colt was described by Bernard Darwin in the Evening Standard of May 1913 as "Sandy and heathery, long and difficult and costing enormous sums of money and laid out with the most consummate ingenuity by the most famous architect".
Today, 90 years later, the golf club and course is still enjoyed by Camberley Heath golf club members' and visitors' alike. One of the golf courses many assets is its fairway's which have matured over the years. The golf course still retains many of the original features with the addition of a full irrigation system. In 1990 a new clubhouse was built with spacious locker rooms and shower facilities. The clubhouse also houses a magnificent restaurant on the first floor and golfers may also relax in the spacious bar overlooking the golf courses 18th green. Adjacent to the reception area is a well stocked professionals shop.
The sandy heathland has excellent drainage properties, resulting in fine year-round golfing conditions. Our own natural resource, a bore hole, provides a comprehensive irrigation system serving tees, fairways and greens. The new clubhouse, which was built in 1990, provides modern locker rooms with shower and changing facilities.
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