Beaverbrook Golf Club
Beaverbrook Golf Club is a notoriously shy golf club... so much so the website doesn't even mention golf as an activity available for guests.
The logo of the golf club is simple. No words or title, it is a simple outline of the spitfire airplane.
Golf Course Review
Beaverbrook Golf Club is part of a luxury hotel estate located in the Surrey hills not far from Walton Heath. The golf course is the preserve of the exclusive membership and not associated directly with the hotel.
Beaverbrook Estate History
Press baron Lord Beaverbrook bought the country house, coach house, and garden house in 1910. A kingmaker, powerbroker, publicist, politician, and good friend of Winston Churchill.
The property was later purchased and renovated by Longshot Cherkley Court Ltd which redeveloped the estate and added a golf course that opened in 2016.
The Golf Course at Beaverbrook Golf Club
The chalk upland golf course drains freely and is a rare collaboration between an eminent golf course architect, David McLay Kidd, and 8-time major winner, Tom Watson.
Sparsely treed and with golf course architecture and golf royalty behind the design, you can be sure it would be a delight if you can find a way to make it to the first tee.
Beaverbrook Golf Club Members Blazer
For a sampling of the club and what it stands for, take a moment to read about the collaboration between Beaverbrook and Huntsmen, the renowned Saville Row tailors.
Beaverbrook Golf Club - Videos
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Featured Architect: MacKenzie, Alister
As taken from his book, Golf Architecture, Alister MacKenzie felt the following were essential: The course, where possible, should be arranged in two loops of nine holes. There should be a large proportion of good two-shot holes and at least four one-shot holes. There should be little walking between...