West Byfleet Golf Club
West Byfleet Golf Club is a private members club with active juniors, ladies and men's sections which participates in several leagues and tournments. The club was formed in 1906 the course was originally laid down in when the land was owned by Mr Hugh Locke-King. The original course was designed by Cuthbert Butchart, a much respected professional of his time whose projects included Worplesdon, West Hill and Royal County Down, the luscious links in Ireland. Although the odd hole has been lost and others changed, the majority of the course remains faithful to the original design. The course is mostly level with just the odd gradient to add some variation. Many golf enthusiasts believe West Byfleet to be one of the most underrated golf courses in Surrey. It is certainly one of the finest in the region - a true gem. The club has vacancies for new members and vistors and societies are most welcome subject to the appropriate green fee payments.