The club first opened in 1994 as a proprietary golf club with no tee times and friendly welcomes. As the club grew, the members were increasingly impressed with the quality of the course and general development, and therefore when the opportunity to buy the club was offered, the members seized it.
Clandon Regis became a members’ owned club on May 31, 1996 and the Club has gone from strength to strength. It is a challenging course to golfers of all abilities. With a par of 72 and 6485 yards off the back tees it has a number of holes that require carries over water and some dog legs which demand careful club selection. The course has no temporary tees or greens and is playable all year round. The members, led by their volunteer board of directors and seemingly tireless committees, are determined to keep Clandon Regis at the forefront.
Set in 170 acres of prime Surrey parkland, the golf course utilises the natural undulations of the terrain and, whilst not flat, there are no 'cardiac' hills. Several existing and some man-made lakes and strategically placed bunkers ensure that Clandon Regis is a good test of golf for players of all abilities.
The construction of the course is of the highest standard with the greens and tee meeting full USGA specifications. The course was built into the existing parkland of the Clandon Regis Estate and all the mature trees were retained. Since the completion of the course, several thousand more trees and shrubs have been planted. Our highly qualified green keeping staff are constantly looking for ways to improve the 'playability' and appearance of the course.