Due to the current pandemic and requirements for continued social distancing, we are not currently accepting visitors. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause, but please rest assured that we will be accepting visitors again in the not so distant future.
We welcome visiting golfers to play the courses Monday to Friday (excluding Bank Holidays) teeing off from 8.15 am.
In order to help maintain the condition of the courses, and to encourage a good pace of play, all visitors must be established golfers with a sound knowledge of the game and golfing etiquette.
If you would like to play as an individual or as part of a group of up to 8 players, please call our club professional on 020 8460 5540 to check availabilty.
Larger groups or golf societies wishing to book tee times should contact
Nick Parrott at the Club office on 020 8460 0278 (option 4 then 6).
* Sundridge Park Golf Club is a member of the Kent County Card scheme. For more information on the scheme, please see
Sundridge Park is proud to be a member of The Association of James Braid Courses. This collection of courses, mainly throughout Ireland, Wales, England and Scotland, were designed, re-designed or re-bunkered by the renowned golf course architect, James Braid.
If you are a member of a club in the Association of James Braid Courses you can enjoy preferential green fees, by booking in advance.
Fact - James Braid hit the opening tee shot from the 1st Tee when the club opened for play in 1903 and the ball he used is on display in the club's trophy cabinet - read more of our Heritage
Our Clubhouse and Terrace menus are available from 9.00 am daily. View the menu here.
Please repair your pitch marks and replace fairway divots.
Please use the seed boxes on tees to fill your divots where provided.
Keeping up with the game in front makes a good round for everyone. If you fall behind the pace, please allow players through.
Golfers are asked that they play without delay. Our Rangers are on the Courses to offer assistance to golfers and to ensure the speed of play is maintained. Four-balls should aim to play 18 holes in no more than 4 hours.
Please observe our
Pace of Play policy.
Golfers are required to wear golf shoes with soft spikes. Metal spikes are not allowed.
The maximum handicap is 27 for men and 35 for ladies. A valid certificate from the relevant home golf club may be requested by the Pro Shop before play.
At their absolute discretion, the Course Ranger may ask a golfer to leave the course if they believe the player does not posses the sufficient skill level.
The Professional's shop has a range of electric and pull trolleys for hire, as well as a number of two seater buggies. Please contact the shop on 020 8460 5540 to reserve one for your visit (subject to availability).
It is recommended to book trolleys in advance, with the Pro Shop (telephone: 020 8460 5540).
Please check the Course conditions on the homepage on the morning of your game to check whether trolleys are in play. During frosty conditions we require the fitting of hedgehog wheels to all wheels on trolleys to prevent slipping and damage to the courses (trolleys with normal wheels allowed on buggy paths only, if permited on the day).
Trolleys may be permitted for use on buggy paths only in wet conditions.
All buggies are subject to availability and suitable ground conditions. Please check the Course conditions on the homepage on the morning of your game to check whether buggies are in play.
To request a buggy, please call the Pro Shop 020 8460 5540. Payment is due on the day.
We have six sets of golf clubs available for hire. Please check availability and reserve by calling the Pro Shop 020 8460 5540.
Hire is £25 per set.