East Horton Golf Club is set in over a 300 acres of the Hampshire countryside.
With 3 courses on offer at East Horton there really is something for every. A par 3 Pitch and Putt, the open Parkland, and the newly redesigned and challenging championship course The Greenwood.
The 18 hole Greenwood course: The greenwood course offers a good challenge with thick rough imposing water hazards and tree lined fairways with plenty of bunkers. Accuracy off the tee is key! The 6,186 yard Championship-standard Greenwood Course was redesigned in 2009 by Ryder Cup player Guy Hunt.
The most difficult hole on Greenwood course will be the 11th. A 459 yards Par 4 with a Hcp 1.
The view from the top holes, in particular, is breathtaking. With a 160-yard carry over an imposing lake, the 17th makes even the best golfers concentrate.
Parkland course at East Horton Golf club: The parkland course is designed to be more forgiving with wide fairways flanked by rough that’s not to wild. There are still some interesting holes which makes you think about your shots and offers a good challenge to the higher handicapper.
The most difficult hole on this course will be the Par 5 7th. A 500 yards (from the red) with a Hcp of 1.
The 9 hole Par 33 Marwell Course:
With holes varying from 90 to 150 yards, the Marwell Course is a great way to get juniors hooked on the game or to fine-tune your short game. It’s also perfect for learners, or if you haven’t got time for a complete round.