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Betchworth Park Golf Club Official Brochure 2013 - 2014

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Contents Welcome............................. 5

Becoming A Member...... 19

Clubhouse......................... 39

History.................................. 7

Members’ Golf.................. 23

Weddings & Functions..... 41

The Course.......................... 9

Juniors................................ 25

Corporate Facilities.......... 45

Pro Shop............................ 13

Golf Academy.................. 31

Open Competitions......... 47

Tuition................................. 15

Information For Visitors..... 33

How To Find Us.................. 49

Practice Facilities............. 17

Golf Societies.................... 35

How To Contact Us.......... 50 • Tel: 08707 707 765 • Email: Betchworth Park Golf Club and Pinnacle wish to thank the advertisers who appear in this publication for their support and wish them every business success. The contents of this brochure are believed to be correct at the time of printing, nevertheless, we cannot endorse and readers should not rely solely upon the accuracy of any statements or claims contained herein without prior consultation with the service provider.


Welcome Betchworth Park Golf Club nestles under the North Downs overlooked by the legendary Box Hill beauty spot. Founded in 1911 and laid out by the distinguished golf course architect Harry S. Colt, this parkland course offers 18 holes of delightful but challenging golf.

Betchworth Park is a members’ club run for the benefit of members and visitors. Any profit made by the Club is invested in improving yet further the quality of the course and clubhouse facilities. All sections at Betchworth Park enjoy an extensive programme of golf throughout the year. All levels of golfer are welcome and prospective members can look forward to social golf, club competitions, inter-club matches and county events. Instruction is available from our PGA-qualified teaching professionals.

The Club also runs an Academy for those new to golf or returning to the game. The Academy develops players so they can gain a handicap and attain the standard required for full membership. Visitors are always welcome and there are a variety of attractive packages on offer for societies or you can build your own to suit your needs and your budget. The clubhouse and dining room provide a great venue for private functions and parties. Facilities are also available for small business conferences and meetings. We look forward to welcoming you to our club and promise you a memorable experience, both on our magnificent course and off it.


History Established in 1911, Betchworth Park Golf Club was built on land originally leased to the club by Lord Francis Hope of Deepdene House. Harry S. Colt was engaged as the course architect, which was an inspired choice, as he would go on to design many great courses including Sunningdale and Wentworth.

The course itself was opened in September 1913, with a clubhouse that was accessed from Punchbowl Lane, and with a limit of 200 men and 50 lady members. Harry Vardon, who would go on and win his sixth Open Championship the following year, played the course on its opening day with a group of celebrities. Vardon remarked favourably on the Colt design as did Bernard Darwin, the golf correspondent of The Times.

Like many of its counterparts, Betchworth Park suffered during and immediately after the Second World War. But gradually the Club got back on its feet, building a new clubhouse in 1966. The Seventies were memorable for the visit of stars from the world of sport and entertainment for a gala charity event and golf clinics from Ryder Cup stars such as Max Faulkner, Dai Rees and Brian Barnes also proved a hit. The most significant event of recent years, however, occurred in 2006 when, after years of negotiation, the Club secured the freehold of the land, ensuring the future of Betchworth Park for generations to come.


The Course The course at Betchworth Park is maintained to a very high standard and has been kept as close as possible to the original 1911 design of Harry Colt. Changes have been made over the years to accommodate the moving of the clubhouse and because of the need to lengthen the course as technological development has led to the improvement in golf equipment. The first three holes stretch away from the clubhouse and offer magnificent views to the south and east. The signature par-4 fourth then drops down to the undulating valley floor, offering a thrilling tee shot and some wonderful views. Colt’s characteristic fairway bunkers are in evidence on most holes. While being a pleasure to putt on, many of the greens are undulating and need careful reading and good control of speed of putt.

The second nine works around the outside of the course with challenges and views all the way. The uphill par-3 13th is a particularly memorable hole, while the 14th is a glorious dog-leg par 4 with a burn running across the front of the green. The final three holes offer a terrific finish to the round, offering rewards and challenges in equal measure and require strong concentration to keep a good score intact. The courses stretches to 6,325 yards off the white championship tees, with the Standard Scratch Score of 71 – two more than the par of 69 – a fair indication of how good a test of golf this is. The par from the red tees is 70, the ladies receiving an extra shot at the 17th, a difficult par 4 for the men.


We have embraced the growing awareness in recent years from golf’s governing bodies of wildlife conservation on areas of the course not in play. The result has been spectacular with not only a beautiful course to walk, but an abundance of wildlife. Bird spotters will delight at sightings of partridges, woodpeckers and nuthatches, as well as migrant warblers in the spring. Rabbits, weasels and stoats also abound, while our proximity to Box Hill brings us butterflies. We truly believe there is not a weak hole among the 18 and would be delighted for you to come play the course and see for yourself. Everyone will have their own favourite holes, and the following quartet offer a flavour of what is in store: Hole 3, 414 yards, par 4 The third is a terrific driving hole and very picturesque with views ahead and to the right as you walk the fairway. From the high tee, the fairway bunkers act like magnets to the golfer who tries to cut off too much of the corner. And there’s a pot bunker on the left of the fairway about 40 yards short of the green to stop you running the ball in. Despite all this and the right-hand greenside bunker that’s about two metres deep, the hole only warrants a stroke index of nine, so two well-struck shots will see you on to the green that slopes from front to back. Those slopes mean you will not be given many putts on this green.

Hole 14, 405 yards, par 4 This is a terrific dog leg left that rewards a draw, but penalizes a fade for right-handers, and the trees on the left will catch you out if you if you bite off too much with your drive. The fairway slopes severely down the hill in the direction of the hole, so catch the hill and watch that ball kick left and on down in the desired direction. If you don’t catch the hill you face a dilemma, because there’s a stream that runs across the fairway about 20 yards short of the green. Do you lay up and rely on your short game, or go for it and risk ending in the stream? The green itself slopes from back to front and is protected left and right by bunkers, so weigh up your options and take care. Hole 16, 411 yards, par 4 Stroke index four, the sixteenth has ruined many a round. From the white and yellow tees, the tree on the right makes the drive intimidating and narrow. A draw here is not an option as the woods on the left fall away down a steep bank to the River Mole. The marker post is the best line being right on the corner of the dog-leg left, so a good drive will reap its rewards by opening up the green for a short iron in. Even then the danger is still on the left with severe rough and a strong hook will end up in the river. A beautiful hole, but an intimidating one. A par here will put a smile on your face for the rest of the day.

Hole 4, 439 yards, par 4 The fourth is the signature hole at Betchworth Park. The high tee offers views as far as the South Downs on a clear day, and if you look straight ahead the windmill on Reigate Heath can easily be seen. The hole itself appears straightforward, but take note of the stroke index of one and don’t be fooled by appearances. Harry Colt placed five of his trademark fairway bunkers just where he knew you’d go, and there’s out of bounds both left and right. Greenside bunkers give protection to the green, but Colt was always fair, so hit the ball straight and you’ll be rewarded.


Pro Shop Betchworth Park Golf Club Pro Shop is the place to go to take care of all your golfing needs. Our PGA Professionals are on hand to give you the advice and information you require to make sound buying decisions. We have a good selection of wedges and putters in stock and will use our extensive list of suppliers to fulfil all your other golf club requirements. There are some very stylish garments bearing the club logo among our large range of clothing which also features a wide selection of the very popular Ethna Golf range for the ladies.

The Pro Shop should also be your first port of call for gloves and shoes from the leading brands such as Titleist and Footjoy, a comprehensive selection of golf accessories from Masters and all your golfing consumables such as balls, tees and refreshments. We also offer a fast and efficient on-site club repair service and we can furnish you with a new grip or shaft for an individual club or a whole set.

All the latest in golfing technology to help you get the most from your round is available, such as rangefinders from Bushnell for pinpointing your yardages and motorised trolleys from Motocaddy to help save energy for playing your best golf.


Tuition If you have the commitment and desire to lower your handicap then our talented team of teaching professionals will be delighted to help you achieve your goals, whatever they may be. Coupled with our superb practice facilities, we feel we can offer an allround game improvement package.

Both our Pros are happy to embrace a traditional style of teaching, or offer the latest in slow-motion video technology, allowing the student to get instant on-screen analysis and enabling them to have the lesson e-mailed to them as a point of reference for practice and future lessons.

Betchworth Park’s Head Professional Andy Tocher is now concentrating full-time on teaching and helping members make the most of their golfing ability. Andy studied under the great John Jacobs and joined the club in 1995.

On-course playing lessons are available, as are group lessons, phone the Pro Shop on 01306 882052 for more details – A FREE assessment is also available from the professionals so please just ask when you call the Pro Shop.

Lessons are available from Andy and the club’s other highly-regarded teaching professional, Tom Bridger, covering all areas of the game, from accuracy off the tee, to sharpening up your short game and from putting to learning a sound bunker technique. All standards of golfer can be catered for, from absolute beginner to aspiring Tour player.


Practice Facilities The practice facilities at Betchworth Park are amongst the finest in Surrey and for those able to find the time they represent a magnificent opportunity to work on all areas of one’s game and to lower one’s handicap.

For perfecting the scoring side of the game there is a dedicated short game area with a practice bunker and chipping area and a very nice putting green can be found right in front of the clubhouse.

There is a driving range which is played off grass for most of the year, allowing for more meaningful practice. The dedicated golfer can learn much about their swing simply by watching the trajectory of the ball and studying the shape and depth of their divot. The range is kept open throughout the winter on artificial mats and is often a hive of activity on all but the most inclement days, especially since free range balls are offered as part of the standard membership. You don’t even have to go and pick your balls up, although there is an area for members to practise with their own balls as well.

For those wishing to warm up quickly before a game there are two brand new and well-maintained nets.


Becoming A Member Betchworth Park is a traditional members’ club run for the benefit of the members, with the members playing a key role in the future direction of the club. We are renowned as a friendly club and welcome membership enquiries. Membership is open to all upon application – you do not need to know anyone already at the club. We make a point of ensuring new members are made to feel a part of the club from the day they join. Immediately they feel comfortable and quickly find themselves part of a regular group of friends. Competitive golfers can achieve an official CONGU handicap recognised worldwide, and play in regular competitions both with their fellow members and against other clubs.

As well as the traditional and most popular seven and five-day memberships, we also offer a flexible alternative called Associate Membership aimed at those people who find it difficult to commit to being a full-time golfer due to time or financial constraints. Associate Membership buys a specified number of points to be used any time throughout the year. Points are allocated depending on what time of day and time of the week is chosen, so is particularly appealing to those who play only occasionally and are able to play at off-peak times. Children and young adults benefit from fantastic rates here at Betchworth Park, while still enjoying all the benefits of full membership for just a fraction of the cost. Members are able to follow club results on the internet for free through the popular HowDidiDo website.


Some of the compelling reasons to join Betchworth Park include:

• Extensive golf programme, including a wide range of Stableford, Medal and Matchplay competitions.

• Championship course maintained to a very high standard. Well-drained tees and greens for all-year round golf

• Reciprocal arrangements with other local private members’ clubs

• Free unlimited use of our extensive practice facilities which includes a 250-yard grass range with all-weather surface allowing use all year. All balls provided and picked up! • Short game and putting facilities • Free one-hour “game improvement” session with one of our resident PGA Professionals for all new members • Buggies available during spring, summer and autumn

• Sociable ‘roll-ups’ - both weekdays and weekends • Full playing rights for all members • Social events throughout the year, giving plenty of opportunity to involve non-playing partners • Special discounted rates at many other Colt-designed courses Details of current membership rates can be found on the club website:


Members’ Golf Betchworth Park offers a full programme of competitive golf throughout the year, both in the form of matches against other clubs and in our own competitions. The men play in the Surrey Scratch League and the Surrey Fives, a very popular inter-club knockout competition. They also field teams in the Hilliard League for golfers with a handicap of 12 or below and its equivalent for midhandicappers, the Warren League. The Ladies are equally active, competing in most of the major county competitions such as the Pearson Trophy, which is played in a group format over the winter months with section winners progressing to a knockout phase.

with a competitive pairs competition taking place amongst club members during the winter months. Betchworth Park also has a very active Seniors section who enjoy some 28 matches home and away against other clubs. The Seniors also play in a winter league against other clubs. Social golf is hugely popular here with roll-ups taking place on most days of the week, generally with a late morning start. Anybody that wants to can turn up and play and with a variety of formats and playing partners often being drawn, it represents an excellent introduction to the club for new members.

Both men and ladies can look forward to a full club calendar with numerous honours board competitions, the highlight of which for both groups is their respective club championship. Interest is maintained throughout the year


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Juniors Betchworth Park is committed to providing the best possible opportunities for juniors to enjoy golf and we offer two entry routes into the game.

on teaching and coaching and numbers Tour players Robert Karlsson, Heath Slocum and Arjun Atwal among his students.

The Betchworth Junior Academy is ideal for the young beginner, whereas the Junior Section offers wonderful opportunities for improving young golfers to advance.

You can be assured your children are in the safest of hands and will get a thorough grounding in all the basics of the game, thanks to the tireless efforts of our teaching professionals and our junior organiser Robin Lugg, who was named Surrey’s Unsung Sporting Hero of 2012 by a local newspaper group.

Both groups benefit from free group coaching, excellent practice facilities and competitions. This encourages the serious players to achieve low handicaps or alternatively for less ambitious players to develop golfing and social skills. We have had many successful juniors go on to make their way in the game, such as Mark Blackburn, a former junior captain and junior champion who came through the ranks at the club before turning professional. Having played for a while in the United States he now concentrates

The club is proud to have achieved GolfMark accreditation, a highly-regarded scheme run by England Golf that recognises beginner and junior-friendly golf clubs. Competitive golf is offered both in club competitions and against other clubs in the form of matches in the Surrey Rookie League. Other benefits include:


• No additional green fee costs • Some of the best practice facilities in Surrey • Free group coaching most Saturdays throughout the summer

As your child progresses and grows in confidence, individual lessons can be booked at the club. Please call 01306 882052 if you require more details about becoming a junior member.

• Very few restrictions on playing times • Lower handicap players have the opportunity to play in adult competitions • Numerous Stableford or Medal competitions each year • Approximately 15 inter-club matches per season • Fun competitions e.g. Adults & Juniors, Old Boys & Juniors, Ladies & Juniors


Golf Academy The Betchworth Park Golf Academy is an initiative designed to provide potential new golfers with a comprehensive introduction to the game. The longest established golf academy in Surrey, it offers an instruction-based membership package, providing a structured introduction to the game of golf and is the perfect stepping stone in to full membership of the golf club. Whether you are looking to learn the game from scratch or to rediscover your golfing form after a break, our PGA-qualified coaches are on hand to help you develop your golfing skills amongst fellow new golfers. The experience enables you to get a first-hand insight into Club life. Duration of Academy membership is flexible and depends on the ability of the individual but most students graduate

within a two-year period. Successful graduation from the Academy provides entry to full playing membership at Betchworth Park. Academy membership includes: • One golf lesson per month with a PGA-registered professional • 20 further group lessons with other Academy members • Unlimited use of the grass practice range • Free range balls • Reduced green fees • Social membership of the golf club • Regular competitions with a view to acquiring an official handicap together with good knowledge of the general rules and etiquette of the game. For more information on the academy ring the club on 01306 882052.


Information For Visitors Betchworth Park welcomes visitors on weekdays and on some weekends throughout the year. We are confident that the quality of our challenging course and the catering available in the clubhouse before and after your round will lead to a most enjoyable time. Visitors are treated like members for the day and can enjoy the full range of facilities offered by the club, including tuition from the Professional and use of our practice facilities. All we ask in return is for visitors to respect our rules and standard golfing etiquette to ensure their visit runs as smoothly as possible.

Although handicap certificates are not mandatory, we do expect golfers to be of a sufficient standard for them to be able to enjoy their round and for them not to inconvenience other players when out on the course. Reduced rates are available to guests of members, holders of the Surrey Golf Union County Card and to those visitors playing before midday who play in a threeball or fourball. Please telephone the Pro Shop on 01306 882052 to check tee-time availability and to ensure your visit does not clash with club competitions or society bookings. There is limited tee availability at weekends.

In common with other clubs we do request that visitors abide by our dress code both on the course and in the clubhouse.


Golf Societies We regard golf societies as something of a speciality of ours here at Betchworth Park and can guarantee a good time for visiting groups both out on the course and in the clubhouse. If great golf, good food and accommodating hosts are your ingredients for a successful golf day, then you have come to the right place. We take a flexible approach and you can customise your visit to suit both your golfing requirements and your members’ budget. So whether you are a society looking for an all-year-round venue, a company looking for a day to entertain your staff and clients or a charity looking for a fund-raising event we are sure we can accommodate you. The course is a true test, but unlike some of the modern layouts, not so long that if favours only the big hitters. All areas of your golf game are examined in equal measure

and we have some lovely par threes for nearest the pin competitions. However the round pans out and whether you are amongst the prizes or not, a warm welcome awaits in the 19th. Relax and unwind and relive your day with a drink in the Lounge Bar before adjourning to the Snack Room or Restaurant area where the banter can begin in earnest. The catering is held in high regard by our members and we can keep you fed and watered throughout the day, whether you want a bacon roll or full English breakfast to get you on your way, a light lunch or a three-course sit-down meal. Our society menu and booking form is available to download from our website, but this should only be seen as a guide and a starting point. We will look to work within


your budget, fulfil your requirements and deliver a golf day that meets or hopefully exceeds your expectations. Buggies (please pre-book to avoid disappointment) and trolleys are available for hire from the Pro Shop, which stocks a range of equipment as well as being able to arrange golf lessons and prizes. If you are looking for something to make that day even more memorable, why not consider booking a group golfing clinic before your round or ask our PGA-qualified professionals about video analysis. Please contact the Office on 01306 882052 or email Nora at to discuss your requirements further.



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Clubhouse The friendly, relaxed atmosphere of the clubhouse provides a comfortable setting in which to unwind after a round and to enjoy a refreshing drink, a bite to eat and a chat with golfing friends. The clubhouse at Betchworth Park was built in the 1960s to replace the original building which was destroyed by fire. The current modern clubhouse is built on two levels.

A varied selection of snacks, sandwiches and light meals can be ordered at the bar. Meals can be served in the informal surroundings of the lounge, the Snack Room or in the Restaurant area. Food is available from breakfast time throughout the day, with extended opening hours during the summer. A selection of golfers’ favourites are generally available.

On the ground floor are the locker rooms, the administrative office and a small conference facility. Housed adjacent to the clubhouse is the club’s Professional Shop. On the first floor is the Restaurant, which seats up to 100 people, the main Lounge Bar, Spike Bar and a separate Snack Room. Along the front of the building is an outside Balcony with seating for 40 people and affording views over the course and the North Downs.


Weddings & Functions Situated within easy reach of the M25 but offering a beautiful parkland setting with magnificent views of the course, Betchworth Park Golf Club is the ideal venue for your wedding breakfast, party or special function. Our well-appointed clubhouse with its magnificent balcony and wonderful views can cater for groups of up to 100 for a full sit-down meal or more for a buffet-style option. Whatever you choose, our catering team can create imaginative menus to suit all palates and would be delighted to meet you to discuss your requirements. Examples of our menus can be downloaded from our website. We have a varied and interesting wine list and are happy to make recommendations to complement the food and to meet your budget. Our room hire and menu costs are

realistic and we take great pride and pleasure in hosting your wedding reception. You will have one point of contact from your first enquiry right the way through to the day itself, guiding and supporting you every step of the way ensuring that on your big day you can sit back and relax with your guests. The golf course makes a beautiful backdrop for those wedding photographs the bride and groom will treasure forever. Whatever the celebration, be it wedding, an anniversary or birthday or retirement party, our aim is your total satisfaction and to meet and hopefully exceed your expectations. We have a dance floor and you are welcome to bring your own entertainment or let us make recommendations for you.


We can offer: • 100 seat function room with dance floor • Large balcony with seating • Wonderful views to North Downs

to us with your requirements and we will do our very best to accommodate them. To talk to us about arranging a tour of our premises and for more details of what we have to offer, call 01306 882052 or email

• Car-parking for 100 cars • Large selection of menus • Public address system Betchworth Park is a sympathetic, caring and yet unobtrusive host for funeral receptions and can take care of all the organisation at what we appreciate is a difficult time for loved ones. The club is very experienced in hosting such events and knowing you are in good hands can hopefully ease some of the burden. As with all our function planning, our attitude is very flexible: simply come


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Corporate Facilities Betchworth Park is delighted to offer businesses the opportunity to make use of our club for corporate golf days or as the memorable spot for a meeting. Well served by local road links, the course and the clubhouse are in a delightful setting, offer invigorating views and create the perfect environment in which to conduct business. We can organise events for any size group and any budget. We have organised days for some of the biggest companies including BP and Ernst & Young. Our conference room is available for small meetings and offers: • • • • • •

25-seater room (100 sq. m.) Various configurations Full catering facilities Wireless access Projector and whiteboards Golf can also be arranged (9/18 holes)

Our conscientious staff are on hand to assist in any way with your event and numerous catering options are available. If you really want to make the most of your time with us, why not get the day’s business taken care of in the morning and reward your staff with a round of golf in the afternoon? To make the right impression for that product launch or to introduce your firm, then consider hosting a corporate golf day with us. We will take care of the organisation so you can concentrate on your guests. We are happy to adapt to your needs. Call 01306 882052 to speak to a member of staff about booking your day or download a conference booking form from our website.


Open Competitions Betchworth Park hosts a number of Open events during the golfing season enabling visitors to come and sample the experience of playing our course and enjoying its facilities in a competitive environment.

The Pro-Am at Betchworth Park is one of the most challenging in Surrey - only the very best golfers score better than par. It also provides excellent exposure for businesses in the Surrey area, offering:

We run Open events for men, ladies, mixed teams and juniors. If you would like to have an entry form emailed to you as soon as they are issued, please use the contact form on our website,, to register your request with the Office.

• Team entry with professional golfer

One of our big events of the year is the Pro-Am in June held in conjunction with The PGA England (South).

• Company logo on display boards

This event was first staged in 2003 and since its inception has become the largest team event run by The PGA England (South), it has also raised thousands of pounds for local good causes. Teams of three amateurs are joined by one of the leading professionals from the South order of merit in a team competition.

• Sponsors’ display board on the course • Team & sponsor photograph • Advert in the Pro-Am programme • Company link to our Pro-Am website • Special team & hole sponsors rate • Sponsors’ special prize draw


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Betchworth Park Golf Club is just off the Reigate Road, two miles east of Dorking. We are around seven Friends Provident miles from both Junction 9 of the M25Playing (takeFields the A24 southbound) and Junction 8 (take the A217 to Reigate and then the A25 towards Dorking). n La

Direct train services to London can be caught from Dorking Main station and to Gatwick Airport and the South Coast from Dorking Deepdene station, both of which are just over a mile away. 5 A2

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Betchworth Park 2014  

A guide to the club, the course, its facility and the local business that support it

Betchworth Park 2014  

A guide to the club, the course, its facility and the local business that support it