The Hindhead Golf Club is considered to be not only one of the best golf courses in Surrey but also highly regarded in England. A fantastic test of heathland golf, Hindhead Golf Club opened in 1904. The course was designed by one third of the Great Triumvirate, 5-time Open Champion J.H. Taylor.

Taylor's use of the natural land around the Devil's Punchbowl created a stunning challenge that has seen the course host countless amateur and professional events including Open Championship Qualifying and The British Ladies Amateur Championship.

Golfers playing the par-70 course at Hindhead can expect some of the fastest greens in the country and a pre-requisite for course management with many tee-shots requiring the perfect line off the tee that isn't completely obvious at first glance. This starts from the very first tee-shot with most golfers ending up in the right heather, aim towards the tree on the left hand side of the fairway and the natural undulations will see your ball come back towards the middle of the fairway.