Drift Golf Club

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Originally part of the Lord Lovelace Estate, the Drift Golf Club nestles at the foot of the North Surrey Hills just 20 miles from the centre of London. Created in the mid-70’s by Sir Henry Cotton and architect Robert Sandow, the par 73 18-hole course is 6,425 yards long. It is completely tree-lined with the back nine tightly packed with rhododendrons – a spectacular sight in season. Wildlife is abundant with deer, fox, ducks and multitudes of rabbits, along with the Club mascot – the pheasant being regular visitors.

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