9 reviews of Bramley Golf Club
With winter approaching, the works done to aerate the fairways and greens is paying dividends with drainage being fantastic. This is a short, but brilliantly designed course with a balance between holes where you can open your shoulders with the drive (2nd, 7th, 9th, 13th, 15th, 16th and 18th) with holes where you have to think strategically (1st, 6th, 8th, 11th). The signature par 3 17th looking down to the green and lake with the backdrop of the Surrey Hills is superb. The greens are fast, but take spin and the club house for a drink afterwards is lovely. A visitor round (midweek) is £30 per person in the winter months (£35 at weekends). Well worth a visit.
A delightful course with a number of challenging and undulating holes coupled with great views of the Surrey countryside. The BIG climb to the tee on the par 3 17th which, coming as it does towards the end of the round, is a real test! Superb clubhouse with a nice terrace which overlooks both the 16th tee and 18th green. Excellent food and service. Recommended.
The course is amazing. Set Within pretty grounds, watch out for the view down to the 17th Green. Such a great hole. You have to think your way round. Really enjoyed the round, ended with fantastic service in the club.
Just played Bramley on a 2 for 1 green fee on a frosty yet beautiful day. The views were tremendous and it was pleasing to play on 18 proper greens. The views on the course were exceptional.
A complete shambles of a place, had our christmas fun day here and to be honest got worse as the day went on, the last 5 years the course had gone from stregnth to strength. But this year it was dissmall. The groundstaff were rude and abusive to the point of swearing and removing my ball from the green without marking it. i WILL not play here again. Food ok???? better last year and not enough bar staff my advice save your money play somewhere else
I played here last weekend and had a very enjoyable round of golf. The course requires quite a lot of course management with accuracy and placement round the course paramount to scoring well. Although the course has back-to-back par 3's (a pet hate of mine) the 3rd and 4th are two of the best holes on the course. The finishing thress holes are very testing, anyone walking away with 3 pars will be very happy over this testing stretch. The clubhouse is welcoming and very nice, enjoyed the food and all in all thought it was very good value.
Such a great course, always in great condition and although not the longest it always offers an enjoyable challenge. Lovely clubhouse and very welcoming. I am going to join, its the best value in Surrey.
I have just played Bramley with my society and cannot praise the club enough. The course, the welcome and the food were all superb. The course is not long but it protects itself by constantly requiring you to think about what club to use and there are only a few holes where getting the driver out is needed (or sensible!). I would also like to praise the members and the pro shop staff who went out of their way to make us very welcome which is a pleasant change from some clubs who seem to tolerate societies
Thia is a very attractive course. I was a member there in the mid 60's until '75. On my few holidays there from Canada I have played the course for sentimental reasons. I was sorry to see in 1997 (my last visit) that the 3rd had been shortened. But due to improved equipment I managed to reach the 7th with a drive and 7 iron. From the very back tees, something I could not do in the 60's. So this proves that modern day equipment helps everybody. But it is a superb layout and I miss it. Also glad to see only a couple of carts there. Golf is a walking game.
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