The New Malden World of Golf centre is easily accessible from both Central and South-West London.
World of Golf
General enquiries: 0208 949 9200
World of Golf New Malden is located at Shannon Corner, the junction of the A3 and the B282.
Our closest rail links are New Malden and Raynes Park, both a few minutes away by taxi.
Play the new TOPTRACER in three ways:
1. Practice made perfect
Instead of just hitting balls aimlessly into the yonder, at World of Golf London you can practice with a purpose. The TOPTRACER Launch monitor function provides detailed analysis of your accuracy, trajectory, ball speed and distance, and displays the information instantly on a 15 inch LED screen at the front of each bay.
No more guessing at your rate of improvement. Look up and it’s right there before your eyes.
2. The target golf game
Bring an element of fun to your practice by playing the TOPTRACER target golf game. Each shot you hit is converted to points according to distance and accuracy. Play on your own, against a friend or in teams.
Will you score better by aiming shorter and being more accurate, or do you need to play longer and score more to win? Only you can answer that. Game on!
3. The virtual golf course game
NOW WITH 9 COURSES TO CHOOSE FROM!
With TOPTRACER, you can now play a real round of golf! Choose from a selection of 18 hole courses, which re-create the sensation of the fairway and the putting green, without leaving the bay! Enjoy all the excitement and drama of a real round, in a fraction of the time and in any weather.
As you arrive on each tee, you must decide which club to take. Do you need the driver, or will a shorter club put you in a better position on the fairway, away from the traps? TOPTRACER will follow the trajectory of your tee shot and tell you all about your next shot. Club selection is vital, just the way it is on a real course.
Two ball, Four ball, on your own? It’s up to you. World of Golf London is now your home course.
TOPTRACER at World of Golf London
See It, Try It, Love It
DID YOU KNOW?
TOPTRACER was originally developed by Swedish scientists for television to show viewers the flight path of golf shots, the yardage and the distance the ball ends from the target.