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Laleham Golf Club and Laleham Golf Course
Laleham Golf Club and Laleham Golf Course
Welcome To Laleham Golf Club
Details Correct As Of 07/04/2015

Address    Laleham Reach
Town    Chertsey
Postcode    KT16 8RP
Secretary / Manager    Killing
First Name / Manager    Andrew
Telephone    01932 564211
Fax    01932 564448
Club Website Address   www.laleham-golf.co.uk
Email Address   info@laleham-golf.co.uk
Course Information Line Telephone    01932 571811
Greenkeeper    David walker
Club Professional    Richard summer scales
Telephone    01932 564211
Fax   No Information Given
Pro's Website Address   No Information Given
Pro's Email Address   No Information Given
Club Steward / Manager    Steve Ayling
Telephone    01932 564211
Fax   No Information Given
Number Of Holes    18 Hole
Course Yardage    6291
Par    70
Yardage Markers On Course   yes
Changing Room Facilities   yes
Handicap Certificates Required   no
Driving Range   yes
Soft Spikes Required   no
Society Day(s)     Mon , Tue , Wed , Thur , Fri , Sat , Sun
Type Of Club    propriety
Course Type    Parkland
Green Fees Weekdays    40.00
Green Fees Weekends    45.00
Green Fees Twilight    20.00
Green Fees Junior    12.00
Green Fees Society    Poa
Green Fees Other    See website
Joining Fee    See website
7 Day Membership Fee    Please Contact the Club
5 Day Membership Fee    Memberships are currently available
Ladies Membership Fee    As above
Junior Membership Fee    
Country Membership Fee    
Other Membership Fees    Weekend and afternoon
Membership Fee Information    Please contact club office
Proshop Available   yes
Club Hire Available   no
Club Repairs Available   yes
Custom Club Fitting Service   yes
Trolley Hire Available   yes
Electric Trolley Repair   yes
Buggy Hire Available   yes
Lessons Available   yes
Course Planner Available   yes
Bar Available   yes
Breakfast Available   yes
Lunch Available   yes
Afternoon Tea Available   yes
Dinner Available   yes
Accommodation Available   no
Laleham stands on a picturesque and historic bank of the River Thames between Laleham and Chertsey. In 1903, a group of Chertsey gentlemen decided to construct a golf course and negotiated a sum with the 4th Earl of Lucan for renting the Laleham Burway. Despite the fact that the only access from Laleham was across the Thames via the old Ferry and from Chertsey a long walk down Ferry Lane, Jack White, Open Champion in 1904, designed the Course and by August of 1904, the Chertsey Golf Club was up and running. The 4th Earl of Lucan was invited to be the Club President, his eldest son, Lord Bingham, the first Captain and a lease of 21years was agreed. Links with the Lucan family were strong, and in times of trouble they frequently bailed out the Club. In 1938 it became Laleham Golf Club Limited reverting to a private member’s Club in 1965. 1974 saw a loss to the members of a very generous President and landlord when the 7th Earl of Lucan disappeared to fuel Britain’s most celebrated and documented mystery. Eventually, the membership purchased the Course with the permission of the Lucan Trustees in 1996. In 2003 Laleham Golf Club held its Centenary and the 8th Earl of Lucan came to Laleham to meet with the membership. In August 2008 the course was purchased by Thorney Park Golf Ltd as the second club belonging to the group.


03/07/2006 - Sent by Peter Glaysher
  Enjoyed the course...it's a tight Parkland layout and, although not long, is a real test !

The club house staff were helpful and friendly and we had no trouble getting offthe first tee.

Catering was good and the membership seemed very friendly.

I'd visit again,

Peter Glaysher ( Member at Barton-on-Sea)

27/02/2006 - Sent by Phil Reynolds
  Played 18 today. save your 30 and play somewhere else.
Very flat, very straight, very boring. They think that by going into overkill on the bunker situation will make it a bit more interesting. The fact is there are too many bunkers.
The attitude of the place is a throwback to the 60's as well.
One group of golfers were keen to walk off the course to the car-park to 'politely' inform me that we should not be changing in the car park. Well I don't think that changing into your spikes is that revealing do you ?
Are we supposed to see a sign that is on the way to the clubhouse from the car park ?
One elderly golfer took it upon himself to pick up my ball that had landed on the path next to him and throw it to one side informing me to take a drop. Well thanks and all that but mind your own business my friend. well LGC, you can keep your extortionate fees. Won't be back in a hurry.


Follow signs to Thorpe Park (on the A320 between Chertsey and Staines). At the roundabout at the entrance to the park, head the opposite way down Mixnams Lane.
At the mini-roundabout, turn left. Follow the road for approximately 0.5 miles - it curves round to the right. Ignore two left forks. Just after the second left fork, you will see the entrance to LGC.
After 200-300 yards, you will see the car park on the right, the 9th tee immediately in front of you and a road that leads down to the club house and pro-shop to your left.
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