Overall Venue Rating
100% would recommend this venue to a friend
(Based on 1 tell)
Golf Course
Greens - GOOD
Bunkers - AVERAGE
Tees - GOOD
Fairways - GOOD
Food & Beverage
Clubhouse - GOOD
On Course - POOR
Staff Attitude
Golf Shop/Reception - GOOD
Food & Beverage - GOOD
Starters & Rangers - POOR
Greenkeepers - GOOD
Golf Shop - GREAT
Clubhouse - GOOD
Practice Area - GOOD
Summary of 17 ratings:
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Was impressed with the course and layout. We had a twilight rate which was very reasonable. Will be back!
Minchview played 02/04/18
Greenkeeping Staff
Minchview played 02/04/18
On Course Food & Beverage: None available. No halfway hut, course doesn't return to clubhouse after 9.
Minchview played 02/04/18
Clubhouse Food & Beverage
Minchview played 02/04/18
Practice Area
Minchview played 02/04/18
Minchview played 02/04/18
Golf Shop: AWESOME! One of the biggest in the area and a great selection of clothes, clubs, shoes and accessories.
Minchview played 02/04/18
Starters & Rangers: None seen
Minchview played 02/04/18
Food & Beverage Staff: Pleasant staff. Checked that we were happy with food.
Minchview played 02/04/18
Golf Shop/Reception Staff
Minchview played 02/04/18
Please note: the comments/replies above are the subjective opinions of golftell members/venue representatives and not of Golftell or its employees.

About The Course

The tree-lined golf course at Silvermere is a true test of golf located in the heart of Surrey. The first six holes are sure to get the pulse racing with tight fairways, challenging approaches and great views. However, the course is probably most renowned for the 17th and 18th holes which are played over Silvermere Lake. Silvermere, however, really should be better known for its former use as the site where Barnes Wallis tested his famous Dambuster bouncing bomb. In the film and more recent TV documentaries you may recall scenes where Barnes Wallis used a huge catapult to fire mini prototypes across a lake to test whether they should use forward or back spin, a spherical or cylindrical shape or a smooth or dimpled surface. These tests were all conducted on Silvermere Lake, so if you stick the ball in the drink on the 17th or 18th just put it down to scientific endeavour and be consoled by the thought that your ball has joined other valuable objects in the water. The 18th hole finishes into a semi-island green that has been recently re-built, offering a spectacular finishing hole. For players there is the thrill of hitting over the lake onto the island target. For the visitors enjoying the Inn on the Lake there is always the hope of watching another ball confined to a watery grave. The course was designed by Neil Coles and Brian Hugget and opened for play in 1976. Whilst it is not a long course by modern standards, the combination of tree lined fairways and the succession of water holes makes it a particularly challenging course. Playing to your handicap is a real achievement at Silvermere.

About Silvermere

Silvermere's golf facilities are available to all. Whether you're a seasoned golfer or have never played before, we offer an excellent 18-hole Golf Course, fantastic new 2-tier, 52 bay Driving Range and Lesson Programme available to you 7 days a week.
Telephone: 01932 584300
Address: Redhill Road, Cobham, Surrey, KT11 1EF, UNITED KINGDOM
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