"Coombe Hill Golf Club welcomes visitors from all over the world to enjoy in the delight of meeting the challenges of one of England’s most highly rated and traditional courses."
"Coombe Wood Golf Club, one of the friendliest clubs in Surrey, is only nine miles from central London yet offers peace and tranquillity and stunning views over the Surrey Downs."
London Scottish Golf Club
“London Scottish Golf Club, set in beautiful heath and woodland by the windmill on Wimbledon Common, is an out of the ordinary 18-hole golf club. We pride ourselves on being a friendly, down to earth club, so whether you visit us as a green fee or join us as a new member you will be made to feel welcome.”
"The Malden Golf Club picturesque course, set in 120 acres of mature parkland, offers a peaceful golfing haven in the midst of the New Malden suburbs."
"An oasis of calm in the village of Petersham in Surrey, only nine miles from Central London. Stunning, Grade 1 listed early-Georgian clubhouse and beautiful parkland course adjoining Richmond Park and Ham Common."
“RWGC is the third oldest golf Club in England dating back to 1865. It has a rich history embracing both the evolution of the Club and the game of golf. “A wonderful place is this new Wimbledon course” wrote Bernard Darwin “for as soon as we are on it all signs of men, houses, omnibuses and other symptoms of a busy suburb disappear as if by magic.”
“Just 8 miles from Central London in SW19, we have a challenging woodland course with award winning greens on the beautiful Wimbledon Common. We welcome both members and green fee players with special offers and reduced rate for weekdays. All standards of golfers are welcome, and a handicap is not required.”
“Wimbledon Park Golf Club is an 18-hole parkland course set around the Wimbledon Park Lake, in the heart of SW19. Narrow, tree-lined fairways demand accuracy and careful course management from tee to green. With 65 newly designed and rebuilt bunkers, golfers are forced to play a strategic round. Perfectly manicured, undulating greens will test your putting ability; whilst long par 4s and par 3s demand precise iron play.”