West Hill Golf Club

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  • Architects:
    • Butchart, Cuthbert
    • Campbell, Sir Guy
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  • Holes of Merit:
    3, 4, 6, 10, 12, 14, 15, 18
  • NCG Rank:
    93/100 in GB&I

At A Glance

West Hill Golf Club is one third of the three W's. The other two are Woking and Worplesdon. West Hill is the most difficult and most heathery of the three.

One of Surrey's oldest clubs, the Cuthbert Butchart course has a par of 69 and has remained largely unaltered since Sir Guy Campbell's input.

Known for its towering pines and the brook of Brookwood which comes into play on 6 of the holes, golf at West Hill is arguably the prettiest between the three W's.

Golf architecture great, Tom Simpson named 15 as perhaps the best one-shot hole of its length on any golf course.

Further Reading

Sean Arble's tour of West Hill Golf Club can be found by clicking here.


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