Bramshaw Golf Club welcomes all golfers to it's two fantastic and profoundly different golf courses. Whether you are coming to experience a touch of history on the Forest Course, or marvel at the pristine beauty of the Manor, Bramshaw Golf Club is the destination of choice.
Not only can you expect a superior and friendly service, we also provide daily pin position sheets, buggies and electric trolleys for hire, on-course "Tuck Truck" for that mid-round snack, and first class facilities.
Forest Course – The Forest Course is the oldest in Hampshire dating back to around 1865. With its open aspects and rolling heathland, it is in complete contrast to its younger sibling, the Manor Course. The ever-changing scenery of humps, hollows and meandering streams test golfing skills and judgement within an idyllic setting. The prospect of a deer emerging from the trees or a mare chivying her foal across the fairway gives the Forest Course a 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. Under special protection as an SSSI site, the fairways are only permitted to be cut twice per year, but the constant grazing always provides excellent playing surfaces… if you can excuse the odd hoof print. Golf on the Forest Course has not changed in over 100 years, and neither should it.
Manor Course - Set amidst the beautiful New Forest in a landscaped parkland of mature specimen trees and hardwood plantations, the Manor Course at Bramshaw Golf Club was opened in 1972. With gently undulating fairways that demand accurate tee shots, and greens that are relatively small by modern day standards, the Manor Course is an excellent test of golf: there really isn't an easy hole on the Course. One of the finest and most picturesque courses in the south of England, it demands excellent approach shots in order to score well.