The Course

Designed by F.G. Hawtree and James Braid

Croham Hurst golf course, designed by F.G. Hawtree and James Braid, was opened as an 18 hole course on 25th October 1911. Situated in gently rolling countryside just 2 miles from central Croydon, Croham Hurst is a delightful parkland course with densely wooded areas. Built on chalk the course drains well, offering the opportunity of all year round golf. 

The course rewards accurate driving and the undulating greens provide an interesting challenge to golfers of all standards. After opening with two long uphill par 4 holes players will need to ensure a good front nine score before tackling the more testing back nine holes.

Medal Tees 6370 yards, par 71, sss 71
Ladies Tees 5641 yards, par 72, sss 73

Green Fees and Societies are welcome by prior arrangement.

For all your needs please contact the Office on 020 8657 5581 or email us.

"Thank you for another successful outing for the DAGS at Croham Hurst last Friday. We were fortunate with the weather and the course was in first class condition. We have now returned each year since 2007 and Croham is always one of the first courses selected by our members. This is down to the fact that Croham Hurst always provides a great day out. I find I have to do very little other than select a date. I would like to record my thanks to the office for dealing with the booking and organisation, the pro shop for the pin markers, prizes and general course guidance, the kitchen for the absolutely great food, the bar for the service throughout the day and to the grounds team for the continued excellent condition and presentation of the course.

All staff were very helpful and keen to ensure the day ran well, which it did.

A big thank you to all."

Simon Leigh BSc FRICS