Slide Walton Heath (New)







Walton Heath (New)


Walton Heath’s New Course shares the same open heathland setting as The Old and is a superb championship course in its own right. Just like its older sibling, the New Course was designed by renowned course architect, Herbert Fowler. It opened for play in 1907 as a nine-hole layout and was extended to 18 in 1913.

The New has been ranked in the UK and Ireland’s Top 50 courses for more than ten years and it is easy to see why. With its big skies and gently rolling terrain blanketed in heather, the New offers a brilliant test of golf. It boasts no fewer than nine cross-hazards (as opposed to the Old’s four) that are sure to test your short game.

Course Rankings

World’s Top 100: –
Britain’s Top 100: 84
England’s Top 100: 37

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Walton Heath Golf Club has hosted many important tournaments, including the European Open and British Masters. But it is perhaps best known for hosting the 1981 Ryder Cup, which was staged over a unique layout comprising holes from the New and Old courses. You’ll want to play both courses for the full experience.

A round of golf on the New Course will give you a fair but fun test of your golfing skills. The great course architect, five-time Open Champion and Walton Heath professional, James Braid, summed it up perfectly when he said: “The time to be happy is now. The way to be happy, play golf. The place to play golf is WH”.