About the Club
Woldingham Golf Club
is set in the heart of the Surrey countryside in the picturesque but difficult to pronounce, Halliloo Valley near Caterham. Opened in March 1996 as Duke's Dene, the club has established itself as a firm favourite with golfers over the years in the local area and from further afield.
The 18 hole par 71 course is 6393 yards long and was designed by American course architect, Bradford Benz, to USGA specifications to make the most of the contours of the valley. The course lies on chalk which provides excellent drainage and this, together with the USGA greens, results in a great combination for all year round play. So whether you are simply visiting for a round of golf or thinking of becoming a member you will be able to make the most of your golf whatever the time of year!
From J6 of M25 take A22 towards Caterham for 3 miles then signs to Woldingham and take turn for Slines New Road name changing to Halliloo Valley Road