Surrounded by Scots pine, beech and silver birch trees, the Longcross is one of Surrey’s top tree-lined golf courses. Its 14th hole was voted by BBC Radio 5 Live as one of the greatest holes ever played, while the course was also named in the top 100 golf courses in England in 2015.
The 408-yard par 4 first hole sets the tone for your round and is particularly tricky for wild hitters; fire your drive between a funnel of trees, then negotiate two bunkers which protect the front of the green. The final hole is uphill, with a large tree narrowing the fairway for your second shot. After a partially blind approach shot, you can reach the green shared with Bernard Hunt’s 18th in view of the Clubhouse.