The Chiddingfold Story
After playing a starring role in the ITV drama Midsomer Murders, the Dog Leg Murders, Chiddingfold is now 25 years old and has matured into a fabulous test of golf. Chiddingfold was designed by golfing legend Peter Alliss and laid out by Jonathan Gaunt, one of the best course builders in the business.
Set in the picturesque Surrey village of Chiddingfold and built to a USGA specification the course has now matured to become one of the most popular days out in Surrey. The course is tricky but not long and the clubhouse although not the biggest serves freshly prepared food all day including the famous full Chidd breakfast.
After a brief tumultuous history, since 2013 the course has been in the excellent and qualified hands of PGA professional golfers Phil Stevens and Scott Brown. It was this dynamic team that brought the neighbouring Cowdray Park Golf Club to it’s glorious place as first choice for the best golf in the South East.
We are not affiliated to the EGU and do not operate the world handicap systems. We do however have lots of competitions open to everyone and our handicap system is based on the good old days when handicaps were based on your best golf! Everyone is encouraged to get as low as possible and no one plays off 43!
Our philosophy is a long way from the traditional golf club model, with our focus being on having fun with great value and hospitality with no captain, committees, or unnecessary rules!
Good Value…Great Fun…Golf the way it should be!
Come and give us a try soon.
Monday to Sunday 08:00-16:00hrs
Stay & Play Golf Packages!
The course is situated on the edge of the beautiful village of Chiddingfold and close to the mainline railway stations of Godalming and Haslemere.
We are very close to a number of fantastic places to stay and eat. See below for our favourites!