Bramshott Hill Golf Club

Bramshott Hill Golf Club, Dibden, South East, England, SO45 5TB

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8 reviews of Bramshott Hill Golf Club

Cracking course excellent greens lots of character. up and down fairways lots of interesting holes

Posted by Tom Scott on 28/06/2010
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This is an okay course but nothing out of the ordinary. The greens would probably have been way better with a cut, but when I played it they were very bobbly and nothing like I expected going on previous reports.
At £22 for a midweek round there are better places to play for your money.
The clubhouse does have outstanding views though, and the range and practise facilities are very good too.

Posted by Nev Smith on 05/06/2010
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I am the seniors secretary at Bramshott. We play matches against several clubs along the south coast and there is not one course, private or municipal that can match the Bramshott greens. The view from the cluhouse restaurant(the Solent Suite) cannot be bettered, especially when one of the grand liners is berthed. you would have to travel a long way to find a more friendly group than the Bramshott seniors, who average a turnout of 50 on their Monday concession times, no matter what the weather. With green fees very competitive this has to be one of the bargain courses in England.

Posted by Frank Goddard on 31/08/2006
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Not sure why this is called Bramshott since it is clearly Dibden municiple GC. However it rates as one of the best that I have played. Excellent facilities with putting and chipping areas, plus a large shop and club house.
Initially played the par 3 course which is much more than a pitch and putt, having two par four holes, which I suspect were part of an original layout. Greens were excellent, but tees very scabby and would have been better with mats. This was the only course where a course marshal asked to see my ticket - clearly standards are high.
Played the 18 holes in the afternoon which were a delight. The hilly course gives views over Southampton water through pine trees and whilst not overly testing a good line is needed on all holes. The bunkers were evil with very steep sides.
A course I will return to.

Posted by Alistair How on 09/08/2005
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this is my home course
it is a brilliant course in both summer and winter there are some long par threes and you can reach the green on two or three par fours. i would recommend this course to any player high or low handicap.
superb course at such a low price!

Posted by <A HREF="mailto:"> </A><BR>*SE* on 10/05/2005
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This course has to be one of the top municipal courses in the country, with some excellent holes. Although it is quite short, you need your accuracy. A lot of work on drainage has been done in the past 3-4 years, and despite the comment below I think the greens are in excellent condition.
I would recommend that you don't play here though, because it is really really busy, and I wouldn't be able to get on, if all of you turned up :)
A super course.

Posted by Stuart Gemmell on 10/06/2004
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This pleasant parkland course has suffered over the past few years, and both the fairways and greens are now slightly worse for wear. It has several interesting features though, including small lakes, ditches and general undulations. And at just over £10 per round, is good value!

Posted by Mark Morris on 16/05/2002
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This is my home course. It is a municipal but it
has a reputation for excellent greens in summer. Not a long course but quite tight and tricky in places. There are 5 par 3's, four of which are very tough. The front nine is longer than the back but this course still requires a decent long game if you are going to score well. It is a parkland course, lots of trees and a few undulations.

Posted by Gordon Ross on 09/11/1999
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Course information

Number of holes 18
Year opened -
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Style Parkland

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Competition
Men's 5965 69
Ladies'

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Weekday round£10.75
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Weekend round£12.72
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