Course Tour

Course Tour

Purley Downs, a 6305-yard, par 70, SSS 71 - Ladies 5587-yard 71, SSS 73, downland layout, designed by JH Taylor in 1904, is superbly situated some 500 feet above sea level with magnificent views over the whole of London. Click here to learn more.

Follow Our Journey

Follow Our Journey

If you are interested in keeping up to date with the latest on-goings from Purley Downs Golf Club, why not give us a follow on Instagram? Click here to explore.

Performance Plans with Kevin O'Connell

Performance Plans with Kevin O'Connell

For more information on PGA Professional Kevin O'Connell's Performance Plans for 2020, please follow this link if you are looking to maximise your potential in golf.

Weekly Challenge

Weekly Challenge

We have a great game for you to try at home this week and, if you can succeed, it’ll really help to improve your touch and feel around the green. We've highlighted a couple of different ways that you can give it a go in the image below, and it can easily be made indoor-friendly too!

Golf at Home

Golf at Home

Hopefully, you enjoyed last week’s clock drill to try at home – if you didn’t see it, click on the 'Articles' tab above. Carrying on with the putting theme, this week’s drill has been designed to improve the consistency of your stroke.

Course Tour

Course Tour

Purley Downs, a 6305-yard, par 70, SSS 71 - Ladies 5587-yard 71, SSS 73, downland layout, designed by JH Taylor in 1904, is superbly situated some 500 feet above sea level with magnificent views over the whole of London. Click here to learn more.

Follow Our Journey

Follow Our Journey

If you are interested in keeping up to date with the latest on-goings from Purley Downs Golf Club, why not give us a follow on Instagram? Click here to explore.

Performance Plans with Kevin O'Connell

Performance Plans with Kevin O'Connell

For more information on PGA Professional Kevin O'Connell's Performance Plans for 2020, please follow this link if you are looking to maximise your potential in golf.

Weekly Challenge

Weekly Challenge

We have a great game for you to try at home this week and, if you can succeed, it’ll really help to improve your touch and feel around the green. We've highlighted a couple of different ways that you can give it a go in the image below, and it can easily be made indoor-friendly too!

Golf at Home

Golf at Home

Hopefully, you enjoyed last week’s clock drill to try at home – if you didn’t see it, click on the 'Articles' tab above. Carrying on with the putting theme, this week’s drill has been designed to improve the consistency of your stroke.

My Poll

Given the choice, what would you rather be?


  • 1Great putter - all about holing out
  • 2Short game magician - up-and-down from everywhere
  • 3Ball striker - striping every iron
  • 4Fairway finder - long and straight off the tee

Thanks for voting!

Here are the current poll results


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