The Foxhills Golf Club is home to the Club’s most passionate golfers. One of Surrey’s top country clubs, the post of Foxhills’ Golf Captain has been celebrated for 40 years, and members enjoy an active competitive calendar.
The group welcomes new members so if you enjoy your golf and have a handicap, speak to the Committee about how you can get involved.
Our latest captain, Phil Burnham, and his Committee provide regular updates on the Club’s competitions and social events. Club members can view the AGM and Committee minutes and more by logging in here to unlock exclusive member-only content.
For those new to the Club, read below for a handy guide to Foxhills or click here for full rules and regulatons.
Meeting on the first Tuesday of each month, the Committee is responsible for the organisation and running of all golf competitions at Foxhills, issuing handicaps to new members and updating existing players’ handicaps. To contact the Committee, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Golf Club organises a number of New Member events to meet fellow new members, the Foxhills golf staff and Committee members. If you are new to Foxhills and want to get involved in the Golf Club, please contact Phil Hadfield, Captain, by email or call in to the Committee Room, located near the Membership Office in The Clubhouse, open on an ad hoc basis. If you see someone in there, say hello!
Held year-round, competitions range from monthly weekend and midweek medals to knock-outs competitions for ladies, men and mixed, individual players, pairs and teams. A Competition Rules Manual is available in the Committee Room as well as the ladies’ and men’s locker rooms, with sign up sheets posted around the Club or on an online portal.
The Committee arranges friendly and competitive matches against other clubs throughout the year. These are team matches with different fixtures for men, ladies and mixed teams, with sign up sheets posted around the Club and online for registration.
Foxhills’ handicaps are governed by the CONGU unified handicapping system. A new member can obtain a Foxhills handicap by transferring from a previous club, submitting cards for three separate rounds played on either the Bernard Hunt or Longcross courses, signed and dated by the new member and an existing Foxhills member with an active club handicap. To maintain an active handicap, members must play in a minimum of three qualifying competitions in each calendar year. For further information, contact the Handicap Committee by clicking here