OGC Collection: Bletchingley
Bletchingley Golf Club provides a challenge to all standards and has no OGC handicap restrictions.
Situated just south of the M25 and a mile outside of Godstone, Bletchingley Golf Club is a relatively young, par 72, 6585 yard, heathland golf course established in 1993.
The halfway house is positioned adjacent to the 1st and 10th tee, just beside the car park and slightly away from the main clubhouse. It’s a great place to grab a coffee, something cold, or even a bite to eat before you start your round.
A variety of mixed and mature trees, including many fine oaks, provide essential course definition and a mature stream creates several interesting water features ensuring that every hole provides a very different challenge. Constructed on rich sandy loam the course is generally playable all year round and they’ve worked really hard on the tees so we hope they’ll also be playable for most of the year.
There are some great elevated tees and some tricky dog-leg holes, it will challenge you and delight you.
The clubhouse and terrace overlook the 18th green, a perfect spot to relax with a cold one and share your scores.