12 reviews of Blackmoor Golf Club
Blackmoor is what can perhaps most fittingly be described as a proper golf course. It's probably fair to say that it doesn't quite induce the same enthusiasm as Liphook or other similarly priced courses in the sand belt but it does make for a very enjoyable round on a solid second tier course.
The par 3's in particular show off the deft touch of a certain Harry Colt. For me, the 15th stood out as an exceptional one shotter.
£30 with a County Card or after 4pm between Monday and Thursday represents money very well spent, particularly if the sun happens to shine.
Played it off the back tees, and although not long or particularly difficult, it's a nice course in good condition.
Worth £30 with the county card, but probably not much more.
i have played at blackmoor lots of times and every visit is a new challenge i love they green speed and hardness it is a course that is well valued and the food is exelent
Played Blackmoor in January 2009 and was amazed at the condition of the course. The greens were amazing for the time of year. Paid £30 for coffee on arrival, round of golf and ham egg & chips which was well worth the money. Course was almost deserted which was a bonus - definately worth a visit.
Played a society day at Blackmoor and I thought the course was in such superb condition it warranted a good report here!
True, the summer has been kind to golf courses, but Blackmoor was in really top nick. The greens were hard and quite fast, but importantly true. The fairways were a delight, with good covering of springy turf. You can tell some care and attention has gone into the prep of the course.
There are plenty of good holes, too many to list. A number of greens are raised making them difficult to hit, especially the two long par 3s.
To me, this course has exactly the right mix of challenges of length, layout and hazards. Very good for society golf too, suitable for all handicaps. New changing rooms and a refurbished bar area too. Enjoy!
Very good course, not the longest but it doesnt need to be. Irons and 3 woods off some tees leave long approaches to small undulating targets. Greens were good and the setting is very pleasent indeed. Trees and heather a plenty to snarl you up. Its great fun and a lovely setting. Well worth a visit if you're in the area
In the early 1980's, whilst living in Milland for several years I generally played at Liphook, occassionaly at Old Thorns and recall playing twice at Blackmoor.
Reading the previous messages I would also agree that the course offers a consideraable challenge and is weel presented.
I was impressed by the new clubhouse and the range of ecellent stock in the pro shop.
This area aroung the three (Surrey, Hampshire and Sussex) border has a mecca of excellent golf courses all of which are well presented, pictorial and offer a challenge to golfers of all grades.
I enjoyed my time there.
This course is superb. On every hole it is more important to go for position rather than length, and be prepared for irons off the tee. An errant tee shot leaves no shot to the green on many holes so your short game needs to be top notch. All the par 3's are a severe challenge where hitting the green is no guarantee of par. Overall it needs a good day to keep to your handicap.
Easily one of the best courses in Hampshire. A lovely heather course with trees surrounding every hole. The course is quite short but tight, and you don't want to be having a bad day or you will find yourself loosing many balls. Well worth playing and has great members and facilities.
Stand on the first tee at Blackmoor and two things strike you, firstly this is what golf should look like and secondly you had better hit the ball reasonably straight. Tree lined fairways and rough made from pure pink flowering heather make this a tough cousre if you stray from the fairways.
They play the Hampshire county championship here and its no wonder why. After your first round here, sitting on the sundrenched clubhouse balconey watching people struggle up the 18th you'll be thinking, how soon can I return, what are the property prices like and how soon can I join.
A true gem only rivalled by North Hants and West Byfleet in Hampshire.
Blackmoor is simply the best course in Hampshire.Don't let the first few holes lead you into thinking this is going to be easy,from the 4th on you will find out what a good test of golf this course is. Always in good condition and pleasing on the eye,find the time to play Blackmoor you will want to return.
brilliant course and thoroughly enjoyable day. Look forward to going back, especially like the 10th !
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