The Manor Course

The Manor Course was opened in 1971

 

Set amidst the beautiful New Forest in a landscaped parkland of mature trees and 200 year old hardwood plantations, it is widely acknowledged to be amongst the finest and testing courses in the South of England. It is gently undulating, with excellent fairways and greens, and is a stern test for golfers of all abilities. Good shot selection is essential to shooting a good score!

Like the Forest Course, there is an abundance of natural beauty and wildlife on the course. From the “winterbourne” Shepherds Gutter running through the heart of the course, to the ancient woodlands of Popes. Visitors may see deer, guinea fowl and the occasional peacock crossing from the neighbouring estates, Nuthatches hopping in the trees, and our very own Bramshaw Bees buzzing around the wild flowers.

Excellent fairways and greens...

Like the Forest Course, there is an abundance of natural beauty and wildlife on the course. From the “winterbourne” Shepherds Gutter running through the heart of the course, to the ancient woodlands of Popes.

1st November - 31st March1st April to 31st October7am - 12pm12pm - 4pm4pm - last tee time
18 holes Midweek£4018 holes Midweek£75£55£35
18 Hole Weekend£5018 Hole Weekend£95£75£55
Junior Midweek£37.50£32.50£27.50
Junior Weekend£47.50£42.50£37.50
County Card Holders20% off - midweek only, 1 x 4-ball per day, advance bookings only
1st November - 31st March1st April to 31st October7am - 12pm12pm - 4pm4pm - last tee time
18 holes Midweek£3018 holes Midweek£40£35£30
18 Hole Weekend£4518 Hole Weekend£45£40£35
Junior Midweek£22.50£19.50£16.50
Junior Weekend£28.50£25.50£22.50

Visitor Reviews

Course Status

Manor Course - Open⛳️

18 holes Open. Shortend course format, holes 4 7, 9, 10 and 12 Off normal grass tee boxes, the remaining holes are off temporary tee boxes.

Buggies and trollies on paths unless you have approved winter wheels.

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Forest Course - Closed ⛳️

 

 

 

 

Last Updated — 07:00, 27th February 2024

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