(updated 15 August at 06:23)
We look forward to welcoming our visitors and hope that you have a very enjoyable time. Although handicap certificates are not mandatory, we do prefer golfers to be of a sufficient standard for them to be able to enjoy their round and for them not to inconvenience other players when out on the course. Visitors who are not accompanied by a member may play Monday to Friday – excluding Bank Holidays subject to course availability. Visitors should phone the Club before visiting to check availability and to avoid disappointment - 0208 398 6619.
All visitors are respectfully asked to familarise themselves with the Club's Dress Code.
Surbiton Golf Club adopts the ‘Ready Golf’ format for both stroke play competitions and general golfing activities in attempt to improve general pace of play.
A wide range of snacks, sandwiches and cooked meals are available in the 19th bar, lounge and the half way hut by the 9th tee.
Electric and pull trolleys are available for hire from the pro shop as well as a limited number of buggies.
All visitors will be asked to complete a visitor form upon arrival.
* Maximum of three guest may play with one member. A maximum of 20 guests per year for each member and a maximum of 12 rounds per year for any one guest. Weekend guests may play after 12.30pm on a Saturday and 12 noon on a Sunday.
** Twilight is available Monday to Friday after 4.30pm- subject to course availability.
Current Captains, Head Greenkeepers and Secretaries have courtesy but must telephone the Club before their intended visit.
Junior match organisers have courtesy of the course on the day of the match.
Visiting teams of the Kelso Hamilton, Surrey Fives and Surrey Scratch League competitions have courtesy of the course for a practice round. Certain other competitions may qualify for a courtesy round if the arrangement is reciprocal.
Day rate (anything more than one round) is charged at 1½ times the above rates.
No visitors are allowed on competition days. No reductions for temporary greens or other adverse course conditions.