The top courses in Hampshire

The golf courses in Hampshire make the most of the county’s diverse landscapes. Bordering the English south coast, there are a variety of links, heathland and parkland golf courses in Hampshire that would be the envy of any county in the country. These includes the links course at Hayling, and superb heathland courses such as Stoneham and North Hants, which are all fine examples of championship golf courses in Hampshire.  For whatever reason, when it comes to golfing holiday destinations, Hampshire often seems to be overlooked in favour of neighbouring counties, Dorset, Wiltshire, Berkshire, Surrey and West Sussex.  But Hampshire is terrific for holiday golf breaks with its plentiful offering of seaside resorts and National Parks such as The New Forest and South Downs to compliment enjoyable golfing at golf courses such as Liphook, Meon Valley and Old Thorns. The county itself is perhaps most famed for its ties to the Royal Navy, British Army and Royal Air Force, and indeed there are a number military associations at golf clubs near Southampton, Portsmouth and Aldershot.

Hampshire Golf Courses

 Hayling Golf Club at Hayling Golf Club in Hampshire

Hayling Golf Club

Welcome to Hayling Golf Club ranked in the 'Worlds Top 1000 Golf Courses' by Rolex. This superb links golf course is found on the South Coast of England, just to the east of the historical naval city of Portsmouth.  When you drive into the car park you will see the new 'Art Deco' style clubhouse built in 2002.  Enjoy panoramic views from the clubhouse balcony of the Solent whilst enjoy food and drink from the clubs extensive menu. The links course provides a quality test of golf, and if the wind is blowing, it will certainly concentrate the mind.

 The Park and The Lakes at Sandford Springs Hotel and Golf Club in Hampshire

Sandford Springs Hotel and Golf Club

Set among the beautiful rolling hills of Watership Down, with spectacular panoramic views of Berkshire and Hampshire, Sandford Springs is a visual and golfing delight to savour. Its unique 27 holes layout, comprising a trio of testing nine hole circuits – The Park, The Woods and The Lakes – ensures a varied challenge amid enviable geography distinct and memorable. Our driving range, well-stocked Pro-Shop with custom-fitting services, friendly, welcoming membership and clubhouse, complete with a fantastic food menu, all contribute towards making Sandford Springs the enticing place it is. Sandford Springs has recently opened a new forty four star hotel with en-suite bedrooms, this stunning new hotel offers spacious bedrooms with golf

 Alresford Golf Club at Alresford Golf Club in Hampshire

Alresford Golf Club

The course is an easy walking, rolling downland course set on the slopes of Tichborne Down which not only provides for picturesque views of the Hampshire countryside, but also a free draining course ideal for year round play. The five tricky par 3's and narrow fairways ensures that the course is always a challenge. Stray too far from the fairway and find that your approach shots to the small and well-guarded greens are a test of distance and accuracy. The course has an ever growing reputation for overall quality and presentation and the greens are slick , true and amongst the best in Hampshire.

 Old Thorns Championship Golf Course at Old Thorns Manor Hotel Golf and Country Estate in Hampshire

Old Thorns Manor Hotel Golf and Country Estate

A round at Old Thorns will see you walking in the footsteps of the game’s greatest players. With a recent redevelopment of the property as a whole, the hotel resort offers everything a travelling golfing society or residential break could possibly need. Set in the rolling hills of Hampshire, Old Thorns is a true test of golf for all levels of golfer. Designed by the club president and ‘voice of golf’ Peter Alliss, the course has small undulating greens, tricky bunkers, strategically placed ponds and will only reward the most accurate of shots. Officially opened in 1982 by Jack Nicklaus, Seve Ballesteros, Isao Aoki and Bill Rogers, the course has a long history of staging competitive events made for TV.

 Liphook Golf Club at Liphook Golf Club in Hampshire

Liphook Golf Club

Liphook is a traditional golf club with one of the best courses in the country (ranked 67th in the UK in a recent Golf Monthly survey). Opened in 1923, the course was soon recognised by the R&A as an exemplary inland heathland course and is also an early example of Strategic Design for golf courses. Its tight fairways, lined with an abundance of heather, gorse and trees, put a premium on accuracy but its biggest defence are its greens, true and fast with subtle breaks and borrows. With its undulating fairways, heather, gorse and trees the course is outstandingly beautiful. There is a profusion of rhododendrons in the spring. Well manicured throughout the year, the course retains its heathland character with fast-running fairways and greens

 Petersfield Golf Club at Petersfield Golf Club in Hampshire

Petersfield Golf Club

The course is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, nestling beneath the South Downs and The Hangers - just north of Petersfield, which is centrally located on the main A3 making it easy to reach from most areas. We are only an hour from London, half an hour from Portsmouth and Winchester and 45 minutes from Southampton. The 6,437 yard gently undulating course meanders its way through delightful countryside with some outstanding views. Our modern and spacious clubhouse affords superb views of the course from every window, with an extensive south facing balcony overlooking the 18th green. These fine facilities, together with the excellent cuisine enable the Club to offer exceptional value Society and Corporate golf days.

 Rotherwick Course at Tylney Park Golf Club in Hampshire

Tylney Park Golf Club

Set in 200 acres of parkland and listed by English Heritage as a protected park and garden. The Rotherwick Course at Tylney Park is an example of the very best inland golf available in Britain. In 2003, a leading firm of golf architects was asked to re-design the 1974 golf course in such a way that would do justice to a site which has long been felt could unlock more potential as one of the finest parkland settings in the south of England.

 Brokenhurst Manor Golf Club at Brokenhurst Manor Golf Club in Hampshire

Brokenhurst Manor Golf Club

Brokenhurst Manor Golf Club, designed by Harry Colt, is recognised as one of the best in the beautiful New Forest area, and is a fine test for golfers of all handicaps. A mixture of woodland and heathland provides the background to the course, with a stream featuring on nine of the holes. The three loops of six holes make it a good course to navigate and walk. We have an excellent clubhouse, where you can simply relax in the friendly, welcoming and comfortable bright bar and lounge area and enjoy a drink or snack. In the summer, our extensive patio area provides parasoled seating, where you can take it easy in the fresh air overlooking the beautiful course.

 The Manor Course at Bramshaw Golf Club  in Hampshire

Bramshaw Golf Club

Bramshaw Golf Club, the oldest in Hampshire, is home to two excellent and contrasting 18-hole courses. The mature parkland Manor Course and the heathland Forest Course both situated at Brook in the heart of the beautiful New Forest National Park. The Forest Course, like a links course but inland, offers the unusual feature of playing amongst roaming deer and forest ponies (and even pigs in the autumn!). Those who have visited the New Forest before will understand and appreciate the sheer pleasure of being among the unique heathland. Easily reached from London and the Home Counties (via the M3), and offering golf packages when staying at our hotel, the Bell Inn at Brook.

 Hartley Wintney Golf Club at Hartley Wintney Golf Club in Hampshire

Hartley Wintney Golf Club

Hartley Wintney is a friendly private members club situated in the beautiful north east Hampshire countryside, easily reached from the M3 & M4, and close to the borders of Berkshire and Surrey. Founded in 1891, the Club has been providing enjoyable golf to members, guests and visitors for over 125 years and offers an 18-hole, par 71, parkland Course with many mature trees and water hazards. The course measures 6,277 yards from the white tees, with the layout carefully designed to provide a challenge for all standards, and should be respected if you are aiming to return a good score.

 Creek Course at Cams Hall Estate Golf Club in Hampshire

Cams Hall Estate Golf Club

Established in 1992, the facilities include 27 holes of golf, the Creek Course offers breathtaking views across the marina and Portsmouth harbour, whilst the Park Course winds around the original Cams Hall Estate House. In addition to the fantastic golf course we have an excellent range of amenities including, practice facilities, golf tuition from our Head Professional Sam Pleshette, Buggies and Trolleys available for hire, a fully equipped professional shop, the bar and restaurant and our two Function Rooms, the Avocet and the Harbour Rooms, ideal for Private Functions, Weddings, and Conferences.

 Southwick Park Golf Club at Southwick Park Golf Club in Hampshire

Southwick Park Golf Club

Society, Group or Membership enquiries please use the contact details above, ext1 or for Green Fee Bookings Please contact the Golf Shop on 02392 380131 ext3 (7 days booking window) all bookings are subject to availability. One of the most picturesque golf courses in Hampshire. Set in the beautiful South Hampshire countryside our parkland course, surrounding Southwick Lake, is a breathtaking place to play your golf and at just under 6,000 yards the undulating and interesting par 69 is an enjoyable test for golfers of all ages and abilities. We welcome both members and visitors alike, with excellent practice and teaching facilities coupled with superb hospitality. Membership Schemes from £325

 Corhampton Golf Club at Corhampton Golf Club in Hampshire

Corhampton Golf Club

Founded in 1891 and situated 10 miles south of Winchester in southern Hampshire, Corhampton Golf Club is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, enjoying stunning views across hills, valleys and woodland. The course plays 6,398 yards off the white tees and a combination of natural contours, mature woodland and artfully placed bunkers provides a test for low and higher handicappers alike. A major feature of the course is its free draining nature, which ensures first class playing conditions all year round. Our caterer Ian Diment, together with the Pro shop and clubhouse team will ensure that you fully enjoy your day. Easily accessed from the M3 or M27 Corhampton is about an hour's drive from London.

 Lee-on-the-Solent Golf Club at LeeontheSolent Golf Club in Hampshire

LeeontheSolent Golf Club

Lee on the Solent is a rare jewel in terms of modern golf trends. This Parkland / Heathland style of course is over 100 years old but has managed to resist the standard of extending its length in answer to modern technology improvements in equipment. The course measures just 5962 yards from the back tees but with a par of 69 really does set a very good test for all standards of golfer. Accuracy is a must and course strategy is of the utmost importance to plot your way around. An unusual point is the course comprises of back-to-back par fives on the front half and back-to-back par threes on the back nine.

 Stoneham Golf Club at Stoneham Golf Club in Hampshire

Stoneham Golf Club

The course at Stoneham is laid out over a beautiful undulating landscape which is a combination of heathland and parkland. Its hilly nature and the depth of its gorse and heather come as a pleasant surprise to most visitors. Designed by Willie Park Junior, Stoneham retains the parkland character of the historical landscape improved upon in 1775 by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown. It was opened in 1908 with a match between J H Taylor and James Braid.

 Weybrook Park Golf Club at Weybrook Park Golf Club in Hampshire

Weybrook Park Golf Club

Considered by many to be one of the best up-and-coming courses in North Hampshire, Weybrook Park Golf Club offers a challenging yet playable golf course, set in 150 acres of beautiful North Hampshire countryside. Purpose built in 1997, the Clubhouse at Weybrook Park Golf Club is an impressive building providing all the necessary facilities while, at the same time, having a very friendly and welcoming atmosphere. The Clubhouse offers scenic views overlooking the golf course and surrounding countryside.

 Meon Course at Meon Valley in Hampshire

Meon Valley

Meon Valley Country Club provides a unique and challenging golf experience for every level of golfer. It is considered one of the leading courses in southern England, and is Hampshire’s only PGA European Tour venue. The Meon Course features 18 championship holes located on the beautiful and undulating Hampshire countryside. The par 71 course cuts through an ancient English oak forest, offering many tight, tree-lined fairways, large bunkers and natural water hazards. Every hole on the Meon Course offers a challenging test of golf. The Valley Course is a 9-hole golf course, but can be played as an 18-hole course at 5,758 yards and a par 70. The fairways are a bit wider, so it is slightly less demanding.

 North Hants Golf Club at North Hants Golf Club in Hampshire

North Hants Golf Club

North Hants Golf Club was founded on 6 May 1904 and is considered to be one of the finest courses in the South of England. This undulating golf course has considerable charm and, with its large greens and a number of long par fours, provides you with a deceptively difficult but rewarding challenge. As well as having been on the qualifying roster for the Open Championship, the club also stages two national amateur events: the Hampshire Hog is a prestigious and long established 36 hole men's scratch amateur event, and the Hampshire Rose is a well established 36 hole ladies event. The course has easy access to major motorways, and London is under an hour's drive away.

 Romsey Golf Club at Romsey Golf Club in Hampshire

Romsey Golf Club

Situated in rolling countryside less than a mile from J3 of the M27, Romsey Golf Club is an oasis of beauty on the edge of Southampton. Described by a journalist as ‘A real woodland gem’ the course makes its way through undulating ground with tree lined fairways, raised greens and deep bunkers. Although not a long course, 5718 yards par 69 for men, its tight lines will provide a test of golf for all calibre of player. A warm welcome waits on the 11th tee where a refreshment cabin can supply hot and cold drinks and a variety of hot and cold snacks. An enthusiastic pro shop staff, excellent caterers and a welcoming administration team will all do their part to ensure that your day at Romsey is remembered for all the right reasons.

 Andover Golf Club at Andover Golf Club in Hampshire

Andover Golf Club

Established in 1907, the 'Andover Golf Club' is a 9-hole downland course situated in Winchester Road just half a mile south of Andover town centre. The course is 6096 yards long with splendid views of the undulating Hampshire countryside. Our signature hole is the par 3 ninth; 225 yards long with the tee situated on top of the hill, and the green 100 feet below. The chalk base allows the course to be free draining, and it is rarely closed even in the most adverse weather conditions. Golf trolleys can be used throughout the year. The course is 6096 yards with splendid views of the undulating Hampshire countryside.

 Southampton City Golf Course at Southampton City Golf Course in Hampshire

Southampton City Golf Course

Southampton City Golf Course is a time-honored 27-hole venue set in beautiful woodland. Located on the outskirts of the city, run in partnership with Southampton City Council, the course originally know as Southampton Municipal Golf Course or ‘Muni’ has easy access from both the M3 & M27. The course designed by five times British Open Champion J. H. Taylor was completed in 1935, it recently celebrated its 75th Anniversary in 2010.

 Dummer Golf Club at Dummer Golf Club in Hampshire

Dummer Golf Club

Designed by former Ryder Cup Player and legendry golf commentator Peter Alliss, the course was first played in 1992. The views are wonderful especially when playing the final six holes and there is an abundance of wildlife to look out for. Built on chalk downland, the course is amazingly free draining. Trollies are never banned and no use of winter tees or greens make Dummer an all year round course. Four lakes and Hampshire’s largest bunker add to the interest and challenge.

 Army Golf Club at Army Golf Club in Hampshire

Army Golf Club

Built on 165 acres of low, undulating woodland between Farnborough and Aldershot, Army Golf Club measures 6,550 yards from the white tees, and has a par of 71. The layout was established in the 1960's, and winds its way through mature trees and rhododendrons that border many of the shapely fairways. Often providing a blaze of colour, groups of small deer can frequently be seen quietly observing play from woodland clearings adjacent to the fairways. Bridges, each bearing the cap badge of regiments, span ditches that provide attractive features. Today our club is enjoyed by members, visitors and societies from all walks of civilian and military life.

 Wellington Course at Sherfield Oaks Golf Club in Hampshire

Sherfield Oaks Golf Club

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. Everyone can enjoy the facilities at Sherfield Oaks, which include two superb 18 Hole Golf Courses set in 400 acres of tranquil woodland, driving range and practice facilities, a fully stocked professional shop, golf academy, and clubhouse bar and restaurant.

 Hockley Golf Club at Hockley Golf Club in Hampshire

Hockley Golf Club

Hockley Golf Club is a private members’ Club established in 1914 with a reputation for excellent year-round playing conditions. Situated within the western boundary of the South Downs National Park, the course was designed by the legendary James Braid, and is set on chalk downland overlooking the City of Winchester. Starting with a gentle climb up the first four holes, the course then flattens out for most of the round, until descending down the 18th hole. Views stretch as far as the Isle of Wight on a clear day. When the breeze is up, Hockley is a great challenge. Visitors, societies, and corporate groups are very welcome throughout the year, enjoying the challenge of our superb course and the friendly service in our clubhouse.