The magnificent Drift was created in East Horsley in 1975 by Major winner Sir Henry Cotton and architect Robert Sandow.
Our woodland course layout is enhanced by an array of wildlife, attractive water features and an abundance of flora making it one of the most picturesque courses in Surrey.
The par 73 18-hole course measures 6,443 yards from the white tees and makes superb use of the mature oak woodland from which it was carved.
A Drift membership gives exclusive access to the club’s fun, social and competitive golf. The course is reserved exclusively on weekend mornings for 7-day members and their guests, and there is plenty of available time midweek and weekend afternoons for non-members.
Following recent significant investment, the course has flourished with a vibrant membership community and visitors from around the country. The Drift is renowned not only for its golf course and as a venue for weddings, parties, functions, meetings and other celebrations in our light and spacious function rooms with beautiful views of the golf course.