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Silvermere, set in some of Surrey's finest countryside between Cobham and Byfleet, is one of the most popular golfing centres in the south of England. The course stretches to nearly 7,000-yards and boasts a healthy par of 71, making it one of the longest and toughest tests of golf in the region. That said, it may be tough, but it is very playable by golfers of all abilities and can even cater to complete beginners. The course is set amongst both woodland and parkland and several of the holes include pulse quickening water features. It is probably the best-maintained and most challenging public golf course in the south and welcomes visitors seven days a week. Don't miss out.
Redhill Road, Cobham, Surrey, KT11 1EFHow to Get there
Leave the M25 at Junction 10 & join the A3 towards London. Leave A3 at first exit and join A245 towards Byfleet. Turn left into Redhill Road after a mile. From London /A3 Southbound Leave the A3 at the Painshill interchange and join the A245 towards Byfleet Same as above..Contact
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