About the Club
Woking Golf Club was founded in 1893 on an area of open heathland in north-west Surrey and has since matured into a testing inland links. The initial course architect, Tom Dunn, made excellent use of the gently undulating topography. The course is characterised by long carries over heather to narrow, tree lined, fast running fairways and beautifully sculptured greens full of character and deceptive slopes. Woking Golf Club is the oldest of the three famous "W"s in the Woking area and has been described as a "hidden gem".
During 2007/08 the course has been lengthened by the introduction of "black" tees so that the course now measures 6531 yards with a par of 70 and a SSS of 72 from the back tees. The recently installed fairway watering system ensures that the fairways are always in excellent condition.
During the week Woking Golf Club welcomes visitors. However at weekends, visitors must be accompanied by a member. Please note that the Club is primarily a "two ball" club, although other formats of golf are permitted with the prior permission of the Club Secretary.
From the M3
Driving south on the M3, leave at junction 3 on the A322 towards Guildford. Keep on this road for approximately 4 miles. Go past West Hill Golf Course on the left and then take the next left, Heath House Road. Proceed along this road, past Worplesdon Golf Club. At the cross roads at the end, go straight across into Saunders Lane, then take an immediate left into Hook Heath Road. Proceed for 1 mile along Hook Heath Road. At the first cross roads, take the diagonal left hand turning into Hollybank Road. Go almost to the end of Hollybank Road, and then turn left into Golf Club Road. (Beware the speed bumps). Go to the very end and then turn into Pond Road and Woking Golf Club is at the very end. Go upto the gates and they will open automatically.
From the A3
Driving south, leave at the Burpham/ Jacob's Well exit. Follow the signs towards Woking. Join the A320 and go towards Woking. At the Mayford roundabout continue on the road towards Woking and then at the next roundabout turn left following the signs to St Johns. Go up Wych Hill Lane to the next roundabout, go straight over into Wych Hill, go past the Star Inn and the Renault garage. Proceed straight on along Hook Heath Avenue and take the turning left immediately before the single lane railway bridge into Hollybank Road and then turn immediately right into Golf Club Road. (Beware the speed bumps). Go to the very end and then turn into Pond Road and Woking Golf Club is at the very end. Go upto the gates and they will open automatically.
From the centre of Woking
Take the A320 road out of Woking going towards Guildford. At the first roundabout going out of Woking, turn right following the signs to St John's. Then follow the directions as set out in "From A3" above.