Tom Dunn laid out Shanklin & Sandown Golf Club’s original 9-hole course in 1900 but, two years later, James Braid was called in to add another nine holes.
Founded in 1888, Royal Winchester Golf Club is the fourth oldest golf club in Hampshire and there are some attractive holes, especially on J.H. Taylor’s strong and engaging outward nine.
Alresford Golf Club was inaugurated in 1890 but the course in play today, which uses some of the original holes, was opened in 1993. David Harrison OBE and 2008 Captain of the R&A, is a member here.
Designed by club professional Wilf Wiltshire, the Manor course has matured into a fine parkland layout, featuring tight, tree-lined holes that offer a real test of golf to players of all abilities.
The golf course at Hartley Wintney Golf Club started out in 1891 as a 9-hole layout, serving the recreational needs of employees from the nearby Elvetham Estate.
Situated on the fringe of South Downs National Park, the course at Rowlands Castle Golf Club is a delightful parkland track, extending to 6,642 yards from the back tees.
Dave Thomas and Peter Alliss designed the course at South Winchester Golf Club and it opened for play in 1993. Stretching out to 7,086 yards from the back tees and with numerous lakes in play, this is a stern test.
The Old Thorns Estate was acquired by businessman Ken Wood in the late 1940s – a decade before he made his fortune with the development of the Kenwood food mixer...
The Forest course at Bramshaw Golf Club dates back to the mid-1860s, fifteen years before the club was actually founded, making it the oldest golfing layout in Hampshire.
The picturesque Corhampton Golf Club was founded in 1891 and is set an area of outstanding natural beauty. Neil Raymond, 2011 Brabazon Trophy winner, is a member here.