Limpsfield Chart Golf Club
|White (18-hole)||70||5736 yards|
|Yellow (18-hole)||70||5522 yards|
|Red (18-hole) (W)||70||5251 yards|
|Yellow M: 67.2/113||298||347||163||353||229||258||528||321||363||2860||5718|
|Red W: 65.1/109||289||315||147||325||211||221||482||311||316||2617||5247|
Very slow play. Some holes are dangerously close to each other. Keep your eyes and ears open. No food available.
Can’t really add much to the above. 3rd and 4th holes are dangerously close to each other. The 8th and 9th share a fairway effectively and the members strolling down the 9th seemed to be blissfully unaware that we were waiting to tee off up the 8th. Painfully slow. Took 4 hours to complete the 2x9 holes. Probably an hour longer than it should for a 2 ball. Greens were in good nick though. Got back to the bar at 2.15pm to be told that the kitchen was closed “because we have a function on this afternoon” so they couldn’t even make us a ham and cheese sandwich. There was one other person in the bar at the time so she was hardly overworked. Overall not a great experience for a new visitor. The sunshine was nice.
Cracking course- great for a quick 9 holes or a challenging 18
Some of the best greens in Surrey,a feature is the charming nature of its nine holes, which explore the natural beauty of the Limpsfield Common.
The course is more strategic than it is long, but the challenge is still a significant one; but not physically demanding.