Course Open (updated 12 December at 06:37)
Visitors

Originally set out in 1894 and re-modelled in 1909 by Harry Colt, one of the most eminent course architects of that era, Dulwich & Sydenham Hill golf course provides a challenge to players of all abilities.

Relatively short by modern standards at just over 6100 yards, its main defence lies in the small undulating greens and trees that guard doglegs and approaches putting a premium on accuracy and touch over distance. In recent years the Club has made significant investment in drainage and irrigation to ensure the course is in prime condition whatever the season. Bordered by ancient woodland, nature reserves and allotment gardens it is hard to believe that you are only 5 miles from the centre of London.

Occupying a position high on the side of Sydenham Hill, the clubhouse provides a panoramic view of the capital from Canary Wharf to the East to Wembley Stadium arch to the West and on a clear summer’s day as far as Alexandra Palace to the North. The unmistakeable London city skyline provides a perfect backdrop to drinks and a snack on the terrace or dinner in the Dining Room.

We hope that you find the opportunity to experience what Dulwich has to offer and look forward to welcoming you to the Club.