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Tandridge Golf Club
Godstone Road
Oxted, Surrey

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Tandridge golf club

In the Press


Golf Monthly Website - November 2016

Following completion of its substantial redevelopment, the upgraded course receives a glowing review.

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Tandridge Redesign in Golf Monthly: March 2015

Golf Monthly takes a look at the major course upgrade at Tandridge and the work to bring the Colt principles into the 21st century.

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Golf Monthly Next 100: Jan 2015

We’re blessed with many more than just 100 very fine golf courses in the UK and Ireland, so it would be remiss not to mention those just below our chosen 100.

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Tandridge hosts the English Women's Amateur Open: August 2014

Top class Hayley wins stroke play title.

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Tandridge Exposure in Golf Monthly: June 2013

A golfer’s guide to hidden gems. Harry Colt was probably involved in the design and upgrade of more famous championship courses than any other architect. Read more

Golf World: June 2012

The 25 or so courses just outside the top 100 are of a very similar quality to those just inside it. This means the ‘Next 100’ is by definition of a far higher calibre than in years gone by. Read more

Golf Club Atlas: Sept 2011

Tandridge is a pleasant and old-fashioned feeling course based in Oxted in Surrey and was laid out by Harry Colt in 1924 - the original lay out contained more than 300 bunkers. Read more

National Club Golfer: July 2011

Now, it seems, we have entered a new era, where those lucky enough to be associated with courses designed by the game’s finest architects are keen to embark on programmes of restoration. Read more

To read the full article on the National Club Golfer website please click here. 

Golf Course Architecture: March 2011

Tandridge, originally designed by Harry Colt, opened in 1924. The course was famous for the scale and number of its bunkers – a figure of over 300 is often quoted, although the restoration work seems to be revealing that this was an exaggeration. Read more