– Thomas Dunne – golf writer, historian and hickory golfer.
“I consider Woking to be one of the most charming clubs I’ve ever had the good fortune to visit”
– Michael Clayton – architect
“Woking is charming, beautiful and one of the handful of courses golfers could play the rest of their days and never tire of”
– Frank Pont – architect
“Woking has so much going for it with a great routing, all that variety & strategy and a set of very good greens”
– Tom Mackenzie – architect
“Woking represents a turning point in the development of golf course architecture. For that reason, it is a landmark course well known to all architects across the globe”
– Robin Hiseman - architect
“I was much taken with the imaginative and intricate green and surrounds shaping – Woking’s greens remain a constant source of inspiration to myself and many other architects”
– Clyde Johnson – architect
“It is Woking’s greens that stand aboveallother heathland courses. John Low and Stuart Paton’s experiments in golf course architecture leaves plenty of inspiration for today’s aspiring designers who only dream of such “proving ground”
– Bernard Darwin – golf writer and Past President of Woking Golf Club.
“The best and pleasantest place to play golf that I have ever known”
– Tim Lobb – architect
“For any aspiring or practising golf course architect or lover of classical golf course design principles, Woking Golf Club is a must visit. The fascinating greens and playing strategies that are in abundance on the course give rise to a variety of playing lines that require constant thought throughout the round."
- Tom Doak – Golf Architect
"For anyone who really wants to be a golf architect, I heartily recommend Woking as one of the most rewarding courses in the world you can see"
- Tom Watson – 5 times Open Champion
“The first hole is like a warm handshake from an old friend”
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