During the last lockdown we were able to allow access to our land for the purposes of exercise. This was made possible by the exceedingly dry weather in the winter and firm conditions underfoot.
Unfortunately the courses sit on London clay and the record rainfall in October has already led to several days of closure and led to very slippery conditions underfoot.
As much as we are concerned for our community’s mental health during lockdown, we must also care for physical well-being and cannot unfortunately allow access to the courses in winter conditions.
The prevalence of slopes, ditches and leaf fall combined with limited daylight hours make it a very different proposition to the balmy days we enjoyed in April and May.
We are dreadfully sad that we cannot assist in this difficult period but are sure that you will understand and respect our reasons
We wish you all health and safety during this most uncertain time
Thank you for your support. We hope to see you again soon.
We look forward to welcoming you...
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.