The Clubhouse opens at 7.30am and breakfast is served from 8.00am during the week and from 7.45am at the weekends. Hot meals are available between 11.30am until 7.00pm all year round.
Walton Heath is not a formal place, but we prefer to adopt the standards that generally apply at many golf clubs and beyond. That means: Smart casual dress may be worn in both bars. Jackets should, however, be worn at all times in the Dining Room and Fowler Room, either over casual dress or with collar and tie (unless otherwise stated). On the Course and in the Clubhouse, recognised golfing attire must be worn. Tailored shorts may be worn on the course, however, they should be above the knee and worn with either knee length socks or white sports socks. In the clubhouse and on the terrace, shoes can be worn without socks; socks must be worn in the Dining Room. Trainers and beach ‘flip flops’ are not acceptable. Recognised golfing attire is permitted both on the Courses and in the Clubhouse. Jeans are not permitted. Clean, soft spike Golf Shoes are allowed in the bar areas within the Clubhouse and access only to the Ladies Locker room through The Dining Room. No restrictions on type of golf shoe spikes on the golf course.
Whilst mobile phones are permitted in the clubhouse for texting and emailing purposes, phone calls are permitted only in the car park.
Caddies must be booked in advance on 07920 813020 via our Caddy Master, Jon Bishop. Please note that all caddies must be paid for unless the Caddie Master is given 24 hours notice of cancellation. The current Grade ‘A’ caddie rate is £70 per round, excluding gratuity. Pull trolleys may be hired from the Professional Shop at £5 a day and electric trolleys are £25 per round or £40 per day. The Pro Shop is open daily from 8am to 7pm (subject to season). The Professional Team will be delighted to assist you with any golf equipment, clothing, accessories or gifts you may require. Please contact the Pro Shop directly on 01737 812152.
Well-behaved dogs are welcome at Walton Heath.
Please avoid slow play! Slow play decreases the enjoyment of every other player on the course. Please do all you possibly can to avoid it - pick up when you can’t score and keep up with the group in front.