DORSET GOLF CLUB REVIEWS
Set in the glorious Dorset countryside, Broadstone is one of the finest examples of an unspoilt heathland golf course in the South of England, and deservedly sits in the Top 100 golf courses in the UK, as judged by Golf World and Golf Monthly. Within 250 acres of rolling terrain, the fairways run freely and separately through superb natural heathland with its swathes of heather, pine, gorse and rhododendrons, several holes offer magnificent views for miles around.
Measuring 6002 yards this 18 holes par 71 tree lined course offers a great test of golf where accuracy off the tee is a must.
The course has stunning views across the Purbecks and is renowned for the quality of its greens.
Ferndown (Old Course) truly deserves its place inside the top 100 courses in Britain, the Harold Hilton designed course has hosted a number of professional tournaments as well as being home to the golfing legend that is Peter Allis.
Parkstone is a beautiful and mature heathland course with lakes, standings of mature pines and a wide variety of wildlife together with panoramic views over Poole Harbour to Brownsea Island and the coastal downs of the Isle of Purbeck. Set within a few minutes drive from the vibrant towns centres and beaches of Poole and Bournemouth, Parkstone offers the best in both golf and hospitality.
Designed by former Ryder Cup Captain John Jacobs and set in 250 acres or sculptured Dorset Countryside.
Remedy Oak is an exclusive golf club for members and their invited guests. A few tee times are also available for visitors.
Constructed in 2006 and already ranked as the 3rd best golf course in the South of England, Remedy Oak provides one of the most tranquil, secluded and personal golf experiences on the South Coast.
Set within 120 acres of undulating scenic parkland, Meyrick Park's 5,689 Par 69 course confronts golfers with a number of different challenges.