Located just seven miles from the City of London, and just over one hour from the channel ports, Sundridge Park Golf Club offers the warmest of welcomes to visiting golfers, looking for a fantastic experience on one of our two championship courses, and guests wishing to enjoy the hospitality and surroundings of our magnificent clubhouse.
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Set in the beautiful and historic landscape of a Grade 1 listed Mansion, both 18-hole courses weave their way through majestic woodland to provide a fair but true test of golf.
Such is the quality of the courses that the club hosts a 72-hole World Amateur Ranking Event each year and is a former qualifying venue for The Open Championship.
Founded 1901, Sundridge Park has a wealth of history stemming back to when A J Balfour tee'd off to open the course, to 1936 when the club professional, Alf Padgham, won the famous Claret Jug, to more recent times when member, Alfie Plant, won the European Amateur and Silver Medal at The Open 2017.