We make sure that you enjoy the same high quality in the clubhouse as on the courses.
There’s a choice of places to relax before or after the challenges of the heath. The Renshaw Room is a comfortable place for informal unwinding, whilst the larger Braid Room, named after our first Professional the legendary James Braid, is ideal for presentations and prize-giving.
There are two dining rooms: The Fowler Room, after the Walton Heath course designer, is a cosier space ideal for groups of up to thirty-six, and the Holderness Dining Room, which accommodates up to one hundred and twenty people.
The Terrace is a relaxing place to enjoy a drink and a story from the day; it overlooks what people say is the best practice putting green of all major golf courses in the South. Click HERE to view our Bar Snack menu.
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HEAD CHEF Tom ridler joined walton heath in april 2021 after spending six years as a sous chef in the michelin starred maison claude darroze in langon near bordeaux. tom has been working as a chef since the age of 16 and we are delighted he is now part of the walton heath team.
Pre-round bacon sandwiches, or post-round toasted crumpets with lashings of butter and jam, are presented with the same care as the more formal fare, if you fancy a spot of the Confit Quail with a Parsnip Purée.
In the bar, if you’re not quite up to the Moroccan lamb, spiced rice, apricot, yoghurt and coriander, you can probably deal with Surrey’s finest Club Sandwich. To wash it down, the wine list provides value and variety: sensibly priced and good quality, with the opportunity to push the boat out if you’ve triumphed in a needle match.