Course, Practice Facilities & Clubhouse Closed
Following the latest Government announcement on 04 January 2021, the Golf Club will be closed for play and practice until further notice with immediate effect. This includes the Course, Range and other Practice Facilities, Clubhouse and Pro Shop.
Founded in 1890, Alresford Golf Club has developed into one of the most attractive and challenging courses in the south of England. Situated on historic chalk downland adjoining the South Downs National Park, the course is playable year-round and almost never suffers an unscheduled closure. The reputation of the course for its outstanding overall presentation and true greens has led to the club hosting regular County amateur and PGA tournaments.
As a traditional members club promoting a friendly atmosphere we offer a picturesque and easy walking downland course providing all year round golf in excellent conditions without the need for tee reservations.
Centrally situated next to the 9th and 18th greens, a warm and friendly Clubhouse awaits visitors, providing an excellent bar and quality catering. Society visitors are very welcome and many positive comments are received from them.
A well-stocked Pro Shop, together with three full-time Professionals, provides quality equipment and tuition.
Modern practice facilities, including a full size range with ball-dispensing; several putting and chipping greens; a pitching practice area; and a separate 6-hole Par3 short course are available to most categories of members and to visitors playing the main course.
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A handsome Georgian town, Alresford (alresford.org) is the perfect place to spend a weekend whilst playing our course. Ideal for gentle strolling, there is plenty to see in the town and by its picturesque riverside. Voted Country Life’s “Favourite Market Town” in the South East, Alresford is known for its specialist shops, old-fashioned inns, smart bistros and traditional tea rooms. It is also known as the UK’s capital of watercress farming and as the home of the Mid-Hants Steam railway – the Watercress Line.