Worldham is a parkland course set within beautiful countryside on the edge of the South Downs National Park. The course is 18 holes with undulating greens and mature woodland to navigate. A challengefor every golfer. The driving range has 13 bays and is integral to the clubhouse. The bar and restaurant offers great quality food and drink seven days a week. Looking to book a golf day? Our rates for group bookings and societies are very competitive.
Located amidst the beautiful Surrey countryside, Bowenhurst golf club offers a picturesque nine-hole, parkland golf course, which is ideally suited to beginners and more experienced golfers alike. Theclub benefits from facilities including a 24 bay floodlit driving range, two practice putting greens, a practice bunker and a well-stocked club shop. The narrow fairways and, in particular, the cleverly positioned hazards require thought and accuracy from the tee.
Founded in 1890, Alresford Golf Club has developed into one of the most attractive and challenging courses in the south of England. Situated on historic chalk downland the course is playableyear-round and almost never closed. The reputation of the course for its outstanding overall presentation and true greens has led to the club hosting regular County amateur and PGA tournaments.
Every project presents us with new challenges and opportunities to draw on our passion for the game of golf, our understanding of its history and our commitment to developing an approach to golfcourse design, construction and management that appreciates the potential environmental, economic and community impact as well as offering first class leisure facilities.
The club itself has no records of those formative days, while The Golfing Annual - the sport's 'bible' of the time - gives conflicting dates. It was stated that many members of the Golf Club were alsomembers of the Cricket Club, and therefore could not be refused the right of using the pavilion. This fact, the Chairman suggested, should tend to reduce the charge to the Golf Club. The golf club's offer of three guineas to use the cricket club's facilities was duly accepted. So there you have it.
We are a small group of avid golfers who formed a company to take over the lease on an unloved and uncared for property in the Spring of 2011. Over this period we have made a number of significantchanges and upgrades to both the golf course and the public facilities. To date all the improvements and updates have been met with numerous positive comments and great enthusiam by those who use our facilities.
Hankley Common Golf Club was first opened for play over nine holes in 1897 (see history). In 1922 James Braid advised on the addition of a further nine holes. Bobby Locke described the course as theclosest resemblance to a seaside links and the famous course architect, Charles Lawrie, once described the course as "one of the best inland layouts in Britain".
A relatively challenging course, especially in windy conditions! Most holes offer some forgiveness, but course played very long and made it a difficult day. Greens and Fairways excellent, especiallyfor the time of year. Top quality course all year but especially in the winter months when the course's natural chalk drainage comes into its own, meaning that normal tees and greens are always in play.
At Sherfield Oaks, we are very proud of our philosophy: to offer golf to a wide range of participants and ensure that our facilities, membership options and associated benefits are readily accessible,suitable to all and provide a welcoming, friendly and sociable experience. Situated between Reading and Basingstoke in the beautiful North Hampshire countryside. The club is easily accessible from both the M3 and M4, close to the borders of Surrey and Berkshire.
Hartley Wintney is a friendly, members club, situated in the beautiful North East Hampshire countryside, on the edge of the rural town of Hartley Wintney. The club has been providing enjoyable golffor over 100 years and is the ideal location for a relaxing game of golf in tranquil surroundings with many mature trees and water hazards. The course is easily reached from the M3 and M4 and is close to the borders of Berkshire, Surrey and Hampshire.