Bramshaw Golf Club
Independently rated: 61 golf course ratings.
Brook, Lyndhurst, Hampshire, SO43 7HE United KingdomTel: 023 8081 3433
Golf Pro: Clive Bonner | Tel: 023 8081 3434
Contact/Secretary: Ian Baker
Tee Time InformationPrice Guide: £££££
- Midweek Guide: £45.00 per round Manor Course; £32.00 per round Forest Course *
- Weekend Guide: £60.00 per round Manor Course; £40.00 per round Forest Course *
* Any prices shown are guide prices, please confirm with the course prior to booking.
Facilities & Visitor Information
Course Information: 36 holes | Par Manor Course 71; Forest Course 69 | Manor Course 6400; Forest Course 5774 yards | Private | Parkland
Facilities: Golf clubs for hire, Golf buggies for hire, Golf pro shop, Golf clubhouse, Bar, Food available, Available for functions, Accommodation available, golf course.
- Societies Accepted to Play
- Society Deals Available
- 7 Day Membership Available
- 5 Day Membership Available
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Bramshaw Golf Club Reviews & Information
3.89 ... Overall Rating
3.95 ... The Course
4.07 ... Facilities/Serv.
3.48 ... VFM
61 ratings from Golfshake members - Ranked 1050 out of 1783.
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What the club says: Manor Course - Set amidst the beautiful New Forest in landscaped parkland of mature specimen trees and hardwood plantations, the Manor Course at Bramshaw Golf Club was opened in 1970 and is undoubtedly one of the finest and most picturesque courses in the south of England. The courses gently undulating fairways and greens demand accurate tee shots and great approach shots to ensure your score doesn't creep too high.
The Forest Course is the oldest in Hampshire dating back to 1880, and is an open forest links style course. The prospect of a deer emerging from the trees across the fairway gives the Forest Course a very special and unique appeal. The roaming ponies and cattle add to the charm of the course, and many prefer to play the Forest Course for its beauty and old-fashioned test of golfing skills.
(Round played: Oct 2016 - Score: 102 Handicap: 21.1)
(Round played: Oct 2016 - Score: 103 Handicap: 18)
It's a course that you'd need to play a couple of times in order to learn how to avoid the numerous ditches. Accuracy is far more important than distance with greens
On the Par 3 13th (Manor Course) I managed to get a Hole in One. So obviously will like the course:-) In all honesty it's a very good course in good condition with many varied holes.
(Round played: Aug 2016 - Score: 85 Handicap: 11.4)
(Round played: Aug 2016 - Score: 88 Handicap: 15.9)
(Round played: Oct 2015 - Score: 90 Handicap: 15.1)
Very good condition considering that the course had only just reopened due to some flooding. Greens true but slow due to the same reason. Friendly staff in pro shop and club house.... The sort of club Where i would like to be a member.....good atmosphere.
The so called fairways were covered in cow dung, the greens were fenced off with horse hoof prints
over the greens.
(Round played: Jul 2015 - Score: 95 Handicap: 27.6)
(Round played: Jul 2015 - Score: 90 Handicap: 16.2)
Brilliant course! Reinvigorated my love for the game after a year off
(Round played: Jul 2015 - Score: 101 Handicap: 23.6)
(Round played: Jun 2015 - Score: 78 Handicap: 12.1)
Forest course is really interesting, need to play with some one who knows it. A few blind approaches
(Round played: Mar 2015 - Score: 85 Handicap: 23)
(Round played: Oct 2014 - Score: 88 Handicap: 11.9)
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