Wisley (The)

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  • Architect:
    • Jones Jr, Robert Trent
  • Holes of Merit:
    9 Church/ 1 Garden/ 5 Mill

At A Glance

The Wisley golf club is made up of three nines: Church, Garden and Mill.

The Church's namesake is from the local church built in 1150. There are three separate lakes as well as a watercourse that comes into play on holes 4, 5 and 6.

The Garden the is considered by most to be toughest nine. So named due to four of its holes bordering the Royal Horticultural Society.

The Mill is named after Ockham Mill, a short distance up the river Wey which affects play on three holes. Mill has generous landing areas from the tee but what is given off the tee is taken by the undulating greens.

The Wisley is the home course of many PGA & European Tour Professionals.


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The Essentials

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