Set in the heart of the New Forest in Hampshire, Brokenhurst Manor is just a short drive from the main stretch of road into Bournemouth – perfect for golfers who want to enjoy a round on their way to one of the South’s top tourist destinations.
The course was originally designed by the legendary Harry Colt and it is a testament to his design back in 1915 that it remains a stern test for the modern game. Aesthetically stunning with fairways threading through the forest, the key to a good round is avoiding the strategically positioned bunkers and reading the tricky undulating greens.
Known for its superb condition and measuring 6222 yards in length, the undulating layout is set in beautiful forest surroundings that are perfect for a competitive match or a relaxing sociable game.
The railway company changed the village name by adding a 'c' but the golf club has kept the original spelling of Brokenhurst which is closer to the pre-Norman Conquest version of Brocenhyrst, meaning 'broken wooded hill', as in a hill intersected by streams featuring many clearings.
A large practice area is available a short walk from the clubhouse adjacent to the 18th tee and a recently added short game area means golfers can work on shots to target greens strategically positioned at 50, 75 and 100 Yards.
A large putting green is located directly outside the Pro Shop as well as an all weather putting green for practice all year round. The golf club is currently building an Indoor facility located close to the clubhouse which will house 3 practice nets, these will complement the current nets located near the putting green.
How to get to Brokenhurst Manor Golf Club
Brokenhurst Manor Golf Club is located in the village of Brockenhurst on the southern edge of the New Forest, just 2 miles from Brockenhurst train station and 17 miles from Bournemouth.
Address: Sway Road, Brockenhurst, Hampshire, England, SO42 7SG
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