Golf at Wentworth is an experience. Follow in the footsteps of the game’s great players from the last 80 years – legends such as Ben Hogan, Sam Snead, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, Seve Ballesteros, Greg Norman, Nick Faldo, Ernie Els and Tiger Woods.
It’s a venue where the past, present and future come together where classic, timeless golf course design and tournament heritage meets 21st century course conditioning and immaculate playing surfaces.
The Club has three championship golf courses; this great triumvirate rub shoulders with one another in glorious Surrey heathland surrounded by ancient woodland of pine, oak and birch. Each has its own charms, its own distinct identity and, as such, presents its own unique challenge.
The East and the West were designed by famed golf course architect Harry Colt; the West was recently modernised by three-time major champion and Wentworth Club touring professional Ernie Els.
All courses have in illustrious tournament pedigree. The West annually hosts the BMW PGA Championship. The inaugural Curtis Cup was played on the East and it was the setting for a match that then became the Ryder Cup in 1953. The Edinburgh is the newest addition to Wentworth’s portfolio, designed by John Jacobs in consultation with Gary Player and Bernard Gallacher. It hosts the Wentworth Senior Masters every year.
Whichever of the three you play, golf at Wentworth is an experience you’ll relish, remember…and want to repeat.