Just five minutes from the A4 or the A361 this is a wonderful example of a downland golf course. While it is relatively short by modern standards – 6414 yards off the white tees – the course tests even the lowest handicap golfer. Every hole poses a different question, a small green, an elevated tee and so on. While there is little or no water to contend with, the sloping fairways and strategically placed bunkers will give you plenty to think about. At its highest point - the 6th hole – you are 700 ft above sea level and the views are awesome. The terrain ensures that the course drains well and very few golfing days are lost each year. We aim to provide our members and visitors with a challenging but enjoyable round of golf, a friendly bar and excellent food. We also have a large well-appointed practice ground where you can hone your skills or have a lesson from our Professionals.
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Scorecards for the Home Course