Chessington Golf Centre Chessington Golf Centre
Garrison Lane, Chessington
Surrey KT9 2LW
Telephone: 020 8391 0948
Fax: 020 8397 2068
 
A very lush 9 hole pay & play course set on and around a big slope.
The first hole is a 201 yard par 3, downhill all the way to a flat green protected to the front by a high faced bunker either side.

Hole 2 is a long looking 215 yard par 3. There is one bunker short left and deep rough and trees all along the right . The green is quite flat with a ridge around the left side and not much room behind.

The third is a 248 yard par 4, a little uphill and left to right. It's totally open to the left but there is thick rough and OB right. There are no bunkers but front left is a bushy tree and the ground falls right to heavy rough. The green is also sloping left to right.

The fourth is a downhill 151 yard par 3, again open to the left and heavy rough right. The green slopes strongly front to back.

Five is the longest hole at 259 yards for a par 4. Slightly down then steeply uphill, with a left to right shape, but falling right to left. The right hand side has thick rough and a massive ridge the whole length of the fairway. The green slopes steeply from the right and falls to a bunker on the left the whole depth of the green.

Hole six is a little downhill and left to right although you can fire straight at the green which is hidden from the tee behind a tree. The kidney shaped green is ringed with small trees and has some subtle breaks.

The seventh is the shortest hole at 108 yards, uphill to a very shapely green.

Eight is a 131 yard par 3, slightly uphill. The green is hard to stay on, a bit short and you fall off the front, too long and your up a steep bank, too near the right and you roll off in to the bunker.

The ninth is a 129 yard par 3, steeply uphill. The green is protected both sides by large areas of bushes that pinch in close leaving a small target, and surronded to the sides and rear by a raised ridge.

This is a very short course even for a nine holer, but is a stiff test of your shot making. It is normally well maintained has decent greens, a good driving range with spacious bays and automatic ball teeing, a practice putting green and a chipping area, a well stocked pro shop, friendly staff and good food.
 
Hole White Par SI Red Par SI Hole White Par SI Red Par SI
1 218 3 2 218 4 6 10 218 3 2 218 4 6
2 208 3 1 208 3 2 11 208 3 1 208 3 2
3 262 4 5 262 4 3 12 262 4 5 262 4 3
4 157 3 8 157 3 8 13 157 3 8 157 3 8
5 275 4 3 275 4 1 14 275 4 3 275 4 1
6 252 4 6 252 4 4 15 252 4 6 252 4 4
7 112 3 9 112 3 9 16 112 3 9 112 3 9
8 142 3 7 142 3 7 17 142 3 7 142 3 7
9 135 3 4 135 3 5 18 135 3 4 135 3 5
OUT 1761 30 - 1761 31 - IN 1761 30 - 1761 31 -
- - - - - - - OUT 1761 30 - 2920 31 -
- - - - - - - - 3522 60 - 5478 62 -
1 2 Mens Ladies
par 60 60
yards   3358 3358
par 3's   12 12
par 4's   6 6
par 5's   0 0

Green fee: Pay & Play
Weekday: 9 holes 7.50 Juniors 6.00
18 holes 13.00
Weekend: 9 holes 9.00 Juniors 7.50
18 holes 16.00
Driving range: 250yds
Automatic ball teeing
18 Bays Floodlite
£1.50 for 25 balls
£3.00 for 60
£27.50 for 10x60
£50.00 for 20x60
Chipping area: yes with sand bunker
Putting area: yes
Visitors: any day
Societies: any da
y

Clubs Trolley Buggy Shoes
£5.00 £1.50 no no

A good selection of clothing and equipment is available

PGA pro available for:
Private or group tuition.
Video analysis.

Repairs & Regrip: yes

Handicap facility: yes

On Course: no

Off Course: yes
Restaurant/Cafe
Licensed Bar

Dress code: Smart casual.

Architect: Patrick Tallack (1983)

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