Heath House Road, Woking, GU22 0RA, England
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Worplesdon was laid out in 1908 by J F Abercromby; the greens and bunkers were constructed by Willie Park Junior. Abercromby was one of the most celebrated golf architects of his time, while Park was a prolific course designer and constructor, who created the Old Course at Sunningdale. The course remains much as it was set out by Abercromby, and provides a fine test for the club golfer in very pretty surroundings. The signature hole is the 10th, which is particularly attractive when the rhododendrons are in bloom. But the visitor should not be disheartened by the expanse of water, for Bridley Pond is the only major water hazard on the course. The remainder of the holes wander through wooded heathland.
Golfalot Review of Worplesdon Golf Club
Worplesdon is another classic heathland course in the sandbelt of Surrey. If it wasn't so near so many other great courses it would stand out more than it does. Tree lined with good bunkering it meanders through mature trees and with dog legs abound, it requires a local knowledge and good course management. Not overly long, Worplesdon has many lovely holes, but 9 and 10 stand out as beautiful short holes in a fantastic setting. Well worth a visit and a superb clubhouse too.
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