St Georges Hill (Red & Blue)

6546+

Yardage

1913+

Founded

70+

Par

St Georges Hill (Red & Blue)

History

Founded in 1913, St Georges Hill is widely regarded as one the best heathland courses on the picturesque sand belt of Surrey and Berkshire. Designed by prolific golf architect Harry Colt, the course is actually made up of three loops of nine with the main course comprising the Red and Blue (the Green is somewhat shorter).

St Georges Hill was the first golf course of its kind to be developed with the intention of building luxury homes on its estate. It was the brainchild of local builder W G Tarrant, who drafted in Colt to create what many suggest is his crowning glory. With its rolling undulations and beguiling elevations, it’s easy to see why.

Course Rankings

World’s Top 100: 67
Britain’s Top 100: 24
England’s Top 100: 8

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St Georges Hill (Red & Blue)

Draped in swathes of purple flowering heather punctuated by majestic silver birch and towering Scots pine, St Georges Hill is an extremely pretty course all year round. Colt’s genius is evident at every turn, which is why the layout of the course remains largely unchanged to this day. The par-threes are particularly memorable.

A visit to St Georges Hill is an experience in its own right. The drive through the gated community of mansions; history and grandeur of the historic clubhouse, with its panoramic views, bustling terrace and fine dining; not to mention 18 unforgettable holes of golf. Without a doubt, you will enjoy everything about St Georges Hill!

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