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Sandford Springs Golf Club makes great use of its enviable location to offer a trio of superb 9-hole courses – The Park, The Wood and The Lakes – all are distinctly different and provide great enjoyment.
Located between Basingstoke and Newbury, the course was laid out by Hawtree & Son (founder members of the British Institute of Golf Course Architects). The original 18-hole were officially opened by Sir Nick Faldo and Bernard Gallagher OBE in 1989, the final 9-holes were finished in the summer of 1991.
The signature hole is the 9th hole on The Park Course – a short downhill par-4 which requires an accurate long iron from the tee followed by a good approach to a putting surface which is guarded by two lakes. However it is possible for the long hitters to carry the 270 yards over water!
Fantastic break in these difficult times, could not fault any part of a stay.
A very nice easy venue with 27 holes. great value for money
Great location, comfortable and stylish room, helpful staff. The restaurant was a little austere and we only had the breakfast which was good.
Great venue, well looked after, the long wet season meant the courses were a bit boggy in places but playable, greens had not suffered. Overall not a bad weekend at all.
Three excellent 9 holes courses. Hotel comfortable and food a good standard. Another great trip arranged by YGT
Excellent service, superb staff and very good rooms, the only negative point being the width of the single beds (narrow for most reasonably built men). The breakfast was very good and the evening meals, whilst very well presented, were very limited in choice but overall, my group was very impressed.
Top quality hotel with large and quiet rooms. The food was also to a high standard.
Clean large comfortable rooms. Hotel would have scored five stars if after golf facilities were more available. Only one small snooker/pool table to entertain our group throughout the evenings. Swimming pool would be a great investment for this venue.
Spacious room with a large bath/shower room. Dinner at the clubhouse was excellent and the prices of drinks were reasonable
Rooms excellent. Clean and spacious. Staff friendly. Food good. No complaints.
The hotel upgraded me and my room mate to a suite - always the best way to treat the organiser! This was luxurious, and feedback from others in our group was also very good. Very pleasant bar area with good value food.
We had a very enjoyable stay. the staff and facilities were 1st rate. Drink and snack prices were slightly punchy but considering the area acceptable.
Everything was perfect. Staff very friendly and helpful. Food great.
Rooms, service and quality of food excellent. However I didn't pick up in the small print only a 2 course meal. Had to have starter & main and pay extra £5 for a dessert. Also the restaurant was at the clubhouse. Fine if a dry evening, not so good if cold and raining.
The hotel is ideal for a short golf break. The rooms were large, well appointed and very smart - no bath but the shower was excellent. There is a small gym but no other facilities. The evening meal was super and extremely well organised with no one having to wait very long for their meal and the quality of the food and snacks was excellent.
Hotel,bedrooms,ensuite,staff dinner, breakfast all great. This was out second visit would go again.
the Bar was pretty poor and the food was pretty terrible, but the staff were nice and the hotel was clean and pleasant. the breakfast was good.
Hotel and staff were very pleasant food good ,
This was an absolute pleasure, beautifully appointed rooms, clean& tidy with a fantastic bed and shower room. We all slept very well here. The food was great, service good and value for money. Drinks were reasonably priced too. The sympathetic new architecture perfectly compliments the existing old clock house building creating a great vista. The overall feeling was very relaxing.
This was my fourth visit to Sandford Springs,this time with a party of forty. I was very nervous of keeping that many happy. Not a problem. No one could fine ant faults to speak of. Food,rooms,staff were all rated very highly. The courses,3x9holes, were also highly recommended by both low and high handicappers. One gentlemen said he go as far as to say it was his most enjoyable holiday ever!
<p>Apart from the weather on the final day, which is obviously out of everyone's control, our trip to Sanford Springs was a great success. </p> <p><span>Our group consists of a wide range of handicaps, from single figures to mid twenties, but all were catered for with three 9 hole loops, each with different characteristics. The condition of all three courses was excellent, with undulating fairways and greens to test any level of golfer.<br> <br> The staff throughout the complex were very welcoming and helpful, providing polite and quality service during our stay.<br> <br> The only thing lacking was thelack of additional leisure facilities, such as swimming pool, sauna and in the bar area, pool/snooker table etc...<br> <br> The hotel was exceptionally clean and the rooms were very well equipped. The food was excellent too, with a varied choice for both the evening meal and the breakfast. <br> <br> Overall the consensus of the whole group was that this is a great venue and one we would all happily return to at some point in the future. <br> <br> Finally, I would like to thank you and YGT for the professional approach to helping people like myself in organising golf trips for groups of varying abilities and making the experience as easy as possible.</span><br></p>
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We enjoyed all 27 holes of the golf course and would recommend to our friends.
27 holes for all abilities, well worth a visit, only 15 minutes from the M3
All three 9 hole loops were very playable, forgiving fairways, receptive greens and no surprises. The tees, fairways and bunkers were in great condition. One or two greens were bumpy and pitch-marked, but overall very enjoyable.
Not too crowded. Wet under foot but still playable. Open enough for a miss hit ball
All three 9’s were in great condition. Greens were very good. Courses a reasonable test.
We played three rounds at the end of the wettest October known but were lucky enough to have selected three dry (but cold) days! The biggest problem for us was the amount of leaves on the first and second cut, which made finding balls quite frequently very difficult but we fully appreciated that 'leaves' can always be a nuisance this time of year. However, the ground-staff's use of a blower could have made things better, but there was no evidence of use. The greens were good, giving respect to previous weather conditions - the course consisting mainly of very long par four's which played impossibly long. The 'Park' nine attracted some criticism for being wide, somewhat bland and generally unexciting to play but overall and with due allowance for the time of year, it was an agreeable experience to play.
Despite the amount of rain in previous days, indeed weeks, the course was in superb condition and a credit to the ground staff. We were lucky to have 3 mostly dry days.
Beautiful laid out three nine courses, the Parks, Woods and Lakes. We found the Parks the easier of the three nines, and the Woods the hardest, not as much water on the Lakes as we thought there would be. Greens on all three courses were superb, ultra fast and true. Fairways and tees also excellect. All my group would definitely go back to Sandford Springs to play, as we all thought this was one of the best courses we have played.
Three very different 9 hole courses each having some interesting holes. Our group of 4 all enjoyed playing the various combinations and are planning to return to Sandford Springs soon.
Three nines. All very different but all a good challenge. Greens good as coincided with club champs. Excellent reception in pro shop. Staff friendly. Not too busy. Everyone wanted to return.
With 3 different start points you don't get stuck behind others for long, and vice versa. Some tricky holes but course isn't massively long. Greens in excellent condition.
being 3 nine holes there were some hold ups going from 9 to 10 but on the whole the staff did their best to keep things moving. we thought the greens were good and fast but could use some extra water in the current weather.
The courses are well kept = lovely greens, if a bit fast, and beautiful flowers around the tees. Lovely wide fairways but some well placed bunkers. Well organised with a starter to see you all off and a halfway house. Will definitely return.
3 excellent 9 holes. The Park was the easiest with a wonderful finishing hole. The Lakes didn't have as much water as the name suggests, but a couple of par 3s over water. The Woods was the most challenging. Hilly and undulating. Overall the courses were in excellent condition.
To clarify above remarks we were playing in four balls and all combinations of the 27 holes were completed in under 4 hours. The organisation of linking the 3 nines was superb. Not overly long and nicely undulating without being too hilly we had a very enjoyable 3 days. We will be back.
We arrived on Friday, staff very good organised and pleasant. Played in the afternoon ,had a bit of rain but the course handled it well. On the Saturday round the course was over subscribed with the tee booked all morning. Tee at 12:15 We packed up after nine holes as it took 3 hours , lots of lost ball searching in matches in front of us, at that rate we wouldn't have finished till after six! and we had homes to go to.
The woods and the lakes are good but the park course is a bit boring. this course is priced at the top end and i didn't think it was worth it. if it was priced in the middle it would be allowed
We went with a group of 10 people Every one had one of the 9 holes courses as a favourite, The lakes being the best , All three courses played well and it made a change to have three different courses to play over the 3 rounds and two nights Would recommend
In good weather we would have given this a 5 but due to the hot summer many fairways were pretty rough with burnt grass/no grass. We arrived after 2 days of torrential rain including our 1st day. However the pro-shop staff were very accommodating and managed to put our Tee time forward so It was not pouring down by the later time. No buggies day 1 but by day 2 the course had drained well. A great combination of 3 x 9 hole layouts, our favourite was the "Woods" followed by the "Parks" courses. But play all 3 if you have time. Overall a great find and we've unanbimously voted to return next year!
Both low and high handicappers enjoyed this course. Not the easiest but a wide variation of holes.
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Check-in from 3pm | Check-out from 11am
7-10am on weekdays, 7-10:30 on weeknds
£50 plus discretionary
Tee times for visitors are available from 10am
There is 1 bar on site
There is complimentary car parking