Opened in 1997, Farleigh Golf Club is a downland-style course, which boasts 27 Championship-standard holes designed by Ryder Cup legend John Jacobs.
There is variety and quality in abundance with three separate nine-hole loops, which can be played as three different 18-hole layouts – each of which provide an enjoyable challenge for golfers of all abilities.
Although access is simple – just a few minutes from the M25 – Farleigh’s 350-acre venue is set in a tranquil and natural environment with deer, pheasants and assorted wildlife sharing the surroundings.
With several eye-catching elevated tees, par-fours which can be reached from the tee by the longer hitters and a regular temptation of risk v reward, Farleigh places demands on your strategy as well as your skill.
The course is rightly-considered among the finest in Surrey as host of the 2018 PGA Assistants’ Championship and the only national PGA venue in the area and with greens built to USGA specifications.
It is also exceptional during the winter months as a fast-draining course where temporary greens are never required – even in the depths of winter.