Hidden Gems South of England
The South of England has long had a reputation for being home to many of the country’s best quality golf courses with championship courses at affordable prices.
Abbey Hill Golf Club - Buckinghamshire
Abbey Hill received huge investment in the late 90's and the redevelopment has made the course one of the best in the area. Very fast and true green support the well manicured fairways for a challenging round of golf. The signature par 3 17th requires a tee shot to the green surrounded by water so you will need to be accurate and chose your club wisely.
Parkland, 18 Holes, Par 71, 6,023 Yards, published green fee from £21
Abbey Hill Golf Club is rated 3.64/5 from 203 ratings
Worldham - Hampshire
The Worldham has matured over it's short few years and whilst not being too long you can still find trouble to harm your scorecard.
Parkland, 18 Holes, Par 72, 6,257 Yards, published green fee from £18
Worldham Golf Club is rated 4.18/5 from 83 ratings
Ogbourne Downs Golf Club - Wiltshire
A shade under 6,500 yards, this par 71 will be a challenge for the single and high handicappers. Ogbourne is making improvements all the time with the modern pay and play golfer in mind. Take in the amazing views as you make your way around on a course that is open all year round.
Parkland, 18 Holes, Par 71, 6,422 Yards, published green fee from £30
Ogbourne Downs Golf Club is rated 4.06/5 from 66 ratings
De Vere Wokefield Park - Berkshire
Straight out of the De Vere quality manual Wokefield Park will challenge the ability of all golfers whilst they benefit from fantastic views of the surrounding countryside. Water comes into play on several holes which could easily ruin a good scorecard. As usual with De Vere courses, accuracy is a must but you won't be disappointed and the condition of the course will be of their usual high standard.
Parkland, 18 Holes, Par 72, 6,579 Yards, published green fee from £30
De Vere Wokefield Park is rated 3.82/5 from 128 ratings
Caversham Heath - Berkshire
This championship course is maturing beyond its years. The tree lined fairways and several different hazards ensure that Caversham Heath offers up a tough but enjoyable test of golf.The par 5 6th hole at 552 yards requires both length and accuracy, with sand and water in front of the green. There are also practice areas for both long and short game.
Heathland, 18 Holes, Par 73, 7,151 Yards, published green fee from £36
Caversham Heath Golf Club is rated 4.09/5 from 43 ratings
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