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The Golf Courses

As golfers of ability, the new owners take great pride in the presentation of their courses. Enjoy the benefits of modern construction methods too and USGA specification greens, tees & approaches as well as a fully automated irrigation system.

In its sleepy Surrey setting less than ten minutes from the town of Farnham, Oak Park is blessed with 27 stunning holes laid out among mature trees in a naturally free draining location. Our 9 hole Village Course is the more leisurely stroll and ideal for beginners whilst the Woodland Course, our par 70 design, with its tree lined fairways, is a more challenging proposition.

Our 12-bay covered driving range is perfectly positioned too, close to the putting green adjacent to the first tee, inviting you to stretch out those limbs before your round.

 

Woodland Scorecard

Village Scorecard

  • Local Rules

    VILLAGE

    OUT OF BOUNDS Rule 27-1
    Beyond any boundary hedge or fence of the Course and as marked by a line of white posts.

    GROUND UNDER REPAIR
    Rule 25-1 a) If a ball comes to rest in an area marked by: i) a G.U.R. sign or is ii) surrounded by a white line. Relief MUST be taken under Rule 25-1. b) Vehicle Tyre ruts (this does not include faint tyre ruts).

    DITCHES AND DRAINS Rule 26
    All lateral water hazards, as defined by Red Posts and water hazards as defined by Yellow Posts: Rule 26 applies.

    MOVABLE OBSTRUCTIONS
    Rule 24-1 Stones in bunkers are movable obstructions.

    IMMOVABLE OBSTRUCTIONS Rule 24-2 a)
    All staked trees (including unattached stakes over 12” in height). Relief MUST be taken. b) All fixed sprinkler heads, distance marker discs, irrigation and manhole covers are immovable obstructions and relief from interference by them may be obtained under Rule 24-2.

    POWER LINES & POLES
    The poles are immovable obstructions (Rule 24-2 applies). If a ball strikes any power lines the player MUST disregard that stroke, abandon the ball and play another ball as near as possible at the spot from which the original ball was played in accordance with Rule 20-5 (Playing Next Stroke From Where Previous Stroke Played).

    PENALTY FOR BREACH OF LOCAL RULES: Match Play – Loss of Hole; Stroke Play – Two Strokes.

    COURSE POLICY PLAYERS MAY NOT ENTER PRIVATE PROPERTY IN SEARCH OF LOST BALLS.

    A match failing to keep its place on the course and losing a clear hole on the players in front MUST allow the match following to pass. Trolleys are not allowed on Tees or Greens.
    DOGS are not permitted on the course unless on a leash.
    STARTING TIMES MUST be strictly adhered to.
    Slow play will not be tolerated.
    Players MUST replace divots, repair pitch marks and rake bunkers.

“Good Afternoon Bradley I wanted to just thank you and your team for a fantastic course, myself and three friends had a round at Oak Park today The whole experience from start to finish was excellent, from booking the tee time to having a lovely late lunch, the staff were welcoming and very pleasant We loved the course and hope to come back soon Once again excellent!”
Rated 5 out of 5 by Simon Lakey
“What can I say. Great setting and lay out. Fairways and rough are great yet testing. Greens in 1st class condition highly recommend”
Rated 5 out of 5 by Criag R
“A lovely course a lot of tricky holes.”
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lee Johnon
“Great course to play at. Front 9 isn't too tricky. Back 9 is harder but but absolutely stunning.”
Rated 5 out of 5 by Julian B
“Brilliant golf course well kept credit to the greenkeepers”
Rated 5 out of 5 by Charlie Lacey

Golf at Oak Park