Mitcham Golf Club
Originally founded in 1891, the course was "laid out" by the legendary Tom Morris, who won four Open Championships. 18 challenging holes, this parkland course is 5935 yards in length, with a par of 69.
The course itself is slightly different to the one envisaged in late Victorian times, but down the years Mitcham has maintained a reputation for having some of the finest greens in Surrey - and that is some
boast when you consider the competition. Green Fees start from just £13.00.
Located as it is just 12 miles from the centre of London and with a mainline railway station (Mitcham Junction) literally 50 yards from the clubhouse, it is ideal for anyone living in or visiting the city who
wishes to enjoy a quality 18 holes without having to travel any great distance. There is also ample free car parking on site.
The course itself offers a stiffer challenge than it might seem upon initial inspection of the card. Designed with shot-making strategy in mind, the course demands accurate approach shots and consistent putting.
With natural hazards and challenging greens the course invites competition for all skill levels.
One of the clubs many assets is its fairways which have matured over the years. The course still retains
many of the original features and after a round golfers may relax in the spacious bar overlooking the 18th green. There is also a well stocked professionals shop.
If you would like to come and play at Mitcham click the "BOOK A TEE TIME" link on the left of the page to bring up the online booking form.
You will receive a warm welcome and by the
time you walk off of the 18th green you will know you have been in a game.