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Picture yourself on a lush green at an excellent Hampshire golf club, surrounded by rolling hills and ancient forests, with the smell of the sea in the air.
Hampshire is a golfer’s delight, with over 80 high quality private and public golf courses on offer.
From championship standard to good municipal courses and popular play-and-play, Hampshires golf courses provide an enjoyable day's golfing or a longer golfing holiday for players of all abilities.
Many Hampshire golf courses accept visitors, so you’re sure of a warm welcome and a great game.
And with the majority of Hampshire golf courses located in spectacular coastal and countryside settings, your trip will be even more special.
At many a Hampshire golf club you’ll find some top quality facilities too, such as attractive club houses with stylish bars and restaurants, where you can relax and unwind with friends.
While you’re visiting Hampshire golf courses, why not combine your trip with a relaxing stay at one of Hampshire’s country hotels?
The Marriott Meon Valley offers superb golfing breaks and has its own golfing academy, a Championship 18-hole course and PGA-rated nine-hole course.
Luxury hotels such as Chewton Glen in the New Forest can also arrange tee times at local golf courses for their guests on request.
For more Hampshire golf clubs, the north of the county offers some inland gems on a rich seam of heather, gorse and silver birch country with golf courses at Fleet, Blackmoor and Liphook among the more notable.
On the edge of the South Downs National Park, Winchester has some superb greens and access to the many attractions of this historic city.
Hockley Golf Club covers 250 acres of rolling chalk downland, while the Royal Winchester is typical of the excellent courses of mid-Hampshire.
At East Horton you’ll find a relaxed atmosphere and three challenging courses, including both 9- and 18-hole, while Great Salterns near Portsmouth offers sea breezes, great play and a friendly welcome to golfers of all abilities.
To enjoy a bracing game and breathtaking views, visit the golf courses of the Solent coastline. Cams Hall at Fareham, Barton-on-Sea in the New Forest and Hayling Island are among the best.
One of the newest golf course Boundary Lakes will open in July 2017 at the Ageas Hilton near Southampton. This 18 hole par 69 course set in the background of the home of Hampshire cricket.
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