**Twilight after 4pm
Weekdays 9 Holes 18 Holes Twilight**
Visitor £10.00 per person £18.00 per person £13.00 per person
Guest of Member £8.00 per person £15.00 per person
Junior £6.00 per person £10.00 per person
Casual Member £5.00 per person £9.00 per person

*inc. Bank Holidays, **Twilight after 4pm, ***and 5-day Members
Weekends* 9 Holes 18 Holes Twilight**
Visitor £13.00 per person £25.00 per person £16.00 per person
Guest of Member £11.00 per person £20.00 per person
Junior £8.00 per person £15.00 per person
Casual Member*** £8.00 per person £15.00 per person

Buggy Hire 9 Holes 18 Holes
Visitor £15.00 £20.00
Member £12.00 £15.00


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Dress Code

We, at The Kent & Surrey Golf & Country Club are dedicated to ensure that the Club’s reputation is held as highly as possible and correct dress is most important. The Club hopes that all members will dress in accordance with the traditions and spirit of the game and that smart casual wear should be upheld for both course and clubhouse. Please observe the below dress code criteria:

  • No football/rugby related clothing allowed on the course.
  • Collarless and/or sleeveless shirts or T-shirts are not considered acceptable.
  • No jeans or track-suit/jogging bottoms to be worn on the course.
  • Recognised golf shoes must be worn.
  • Shorts must be tailored knee length.


  • Prior to playing a stroke or making a practice swing, please ensure that no-one is standing close by or in a position to be hit by the club or ball.
  • Do not play until the players in front are out of range.
  • Shout ‘fore’ immediately if there is a danger of a ball hitting someone.
  • Keep clear of mowers and other machines - remember that machine operators, because of noise, may not be aware of your presence.
  • Do not play to an area where greenstaff are working until they indicate that it is safe to do so. Greenkeepers operating tractors and mowers wearing earmuffs will not hear distant shouts.

Consideration for Others

  • Please do not talk or move when a player is about to play, or stand close or directly behind.
  • Always have consideration for others on the course.

Priority of the Course and Pace of Play

  • Players should endeavour to stay just behind the match in front and not just in front of the match behind.
  • All matches must start at the first hole, with the exception of officially authorised competitions.
  • Groups of more than four players are strictly not allowed
  • Because all groups are required to start at the first hole it is not practical to give priority to 2 ball matches over 3 & 4 ball matches. Two, three & fourball groups therefore have equal standing. (Note: 2 ball matches maybe required to pair up at busy times.)
  • Single players have no standing and must obtain permission to start from the reception. The play of more than one ball, except within the rules of golf, is also prohibited.
  • All groups must play holes in sequence – any group cutting in has no standing and must give way to any other group.
  • Greenkeepers have priority at all times – time must be allowed for them to clear the area or to call you through before playing – if in any doubt do not play.
  • 10 minutes per hole is a good target - maybe slightly less on a par 3 and slightly more on a long par 4 or a par 5. Fifteen minutes per hole is definitely too slow.
  • Always play without delay - there should be no hold ups for counting strokes or marking scorecards - especially on the greens.
  • All matches must keep their place on the course. If a clear hole is lost or if a ball is being looked for, then the following match should be invited to play through.
  • On arrival at the putting green your golf bag or trolley should be positioned on the most direct route to the next tee - but not on the green itself.
  • All players in a group should watch and mark the place where each ball comes to rest, in order to minimise the time spent in searching for lost balls.

Mobile Phones

  • Mobile telephones can be a distraction to other players and members should note that they are not allowed on most courses.


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