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    Re: US Open qualifying at Walton Heath

    Quote Originally Posted by TomTom View Post
    Surel Wentworth is far better field? And also Status Quo!!!!
    It is but it's also packed, expensive and you can't get up close to the players and listen to their conversations with the caddie.
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    Re: US Open qualifying at Walton Heath

    Quote Originally Posted by Dando View Post
    It is but it's also packed, expensive and you can't get up close to the players and listen to their conversations with the caddie.
    You talking Pros or Quo?

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    Re: US Open qualifying at Walton Heath

    Might go to this.

    When you say follow players, are you walking along the fairway behind them etc?

    Only ever been to PGA events which are all roped off
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    Re: US Open qualifying at Walton Heath

    Quote Originally Posted by Dasit View Post
    Might go to this.

    When you say follow players, are you walking along the fairway behind them etc?

    Only ever been to PGA events which are all roped off
    No ropes - you can walk the fairways but not talk to the players or caddies.

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    Re: US Open qualifying at Walton Heath

    Quote Originally Posted by mikejohnchapman View Post
    No ropes - you can walk the fairways but not talk to the players or caddies.

    Good day really.
    Spot on. I believe you need to treat them with the same respect as if it was roped off but you can certainly get very close to see, and hear, some of the world's best golfers in action.
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    Re: US Open qualifying at Walton Heath

    For those who have been - is it easy parking there?
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    Re: US Open qualifying at Walton Heath

    Quote Originally Posted by gmhubble View Post
    For those who have been - is it easy parking there?
    It's very near the m25

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    Re: US Open qualifying at Walton Heath

    Can you park at the course though? Or very nearby?
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    Re: US Open qualifying at Walton Heath

    Parking is easy. There's a big field which has an entrance just before the club. It's all signposted and marshalled. It backs onto the course, so you can dip in straight away or walk round to the starting holes (except the first two or three on the old course which are over the road).

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    Re: US Open qualifying at Walton Heath

    Quote Originally Posted by gmhubble View Post
    Can you park at the course though? Or very nearby?
    You park on the club practice ground - well signed.

    There are limited refreshment facilities there.
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