Golfers will find over 80 high quality private and public golf courses in Hampshire. From championship standard to excellent municipal courses and popular play-and-play courses, Hampshire's greens provide a challenging day's golfing or a longer golfing holiday for players of all abilities.
The rolling Hampshire Downs around Winchester provide superb greens. Hockley and Royal Winchester typify the excellent downland courses of mid-Hampshire.
The courses along the shore of the Solent provide some bracing playing with excellent views across the Isle of Wight. Cams Hall at Fareham, Barton-on-Sea and of course Hayling Island are all superb coastal courses.
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Crazy golf, 18 hole putting greens and pitch 'n' putt set on Southsea Common
Sandford Springs is a visual and golfing delight to savour - its unique 27 holes layout ensures a varied challenge amid enviable geography distinct and memorable.
Portsmouth boasts two 18 hole golf courses available for pay and play, with visitors welcome at both.
The course at Stoneham is laid out over a beautiful undulating landscape which is a combination of heathland and parkland.
Southsea Golf Links is a 9 hole pitch and putt links course.
Portsmouth Golf Club was formed in 1926 and since 1972 has played over the Downland course off Crookhorn Lane overlooking Portsmouth, the Solent and the Isle of Wight.
The Andover Golf Club is a Members' Club. Established in 1907, it is a 9 hole parkland course situated in Winchester Road just half a mile south of Andover town centre.
Hamptworth is beautifully situated on the edge of the New Forest.
Set in the heart of the beautiful Hampshire countryside, the 18-hole Botley Park Championship Golf Course offers a challenging yet rewarding game for players of all levels.
The Marriott Meon valley Hotel & Country Club is set in over 225 acres of the most picturesque areas of Hampshire.