Chichester Golf Club
Chichester Golf Club offers the finest, friendliest, golf and practice facility in the South of England. Ideally situated for easy access, just two miles south of Chichester and close to the A27,
Bognor Regis Golf Club
Our beautiful course stretches through the Sussex countryside, and offers you the opportunity of a great golfing challenge in an established scenic location. As a private club, owned and run by its
Tournerbury Golf Centre
We are committed to junior golf, encouraging our junior members and visitors in every way. However it's not just golf - enjoy a snack and a cuppa in the clubhouse, view the wildlife, and animals on
Portsmouth Golf Centre
Portsmouth Golf Centre is a founder member of the Euro-Select Golf Alliance, and we stock all the leading brands in golf. Open 7 days a week from 8am to 10pm midweek, 8am to 8pm weekends (Summer) and
The Anchor Golf Society
But it will also have many new features, some of which you will discover when you get there, others which will be added over time. Please note that while new site is being constructed you will have to
Fairways Inn
Is a private members club formed in 1926 and since 1972 has played over the Downland course off Crookhorn Lane overlooking Portsmouth, the Solent and the Isle of Wight. Some of the best views in
Waterlooville Golf Club
Waterlooville Golf Club near Portsmouth in Hampshire was founded in 1907 when a group of gentlemen met with the aim of forming a golf club in the area. The Club is renowned for its friendly atmosphere
Gosport & Stokes Bay Golf
We are a friendly Golf Club blessed with one of the finest courses in the South of England. We welcome green-fees and applications for membership - full details can be found here. The club boasts a
Westridge Golf Centre
Westridge Golf Centre is the No1 place on the Isle of Wight to get into golf. We have a fully covered floodlit golf range to practice your game, with PGA qualified Professionals on hand to provide
Browns
The D Day landings were made in two stages. Shortly after midnight British, American and Canadian troops were landed by glider and parachute to seize key objectives such as bridges and road crossings.