Golf in Bournemouth
Great Courses & a Fine Hotel
A group of 12 or more?
Why not join us on one of our tailor made golf breaks?
Choose from some of the finest courses on the south coast and take advantage of our preferential rates.
Bournemouth is something of a golf lovers mecca. With many courses within easy reach, the dedicated golfer will have no problem in finding a challenging course to suit their ability.
Bournemouth has many golf courses, most are available on a pay and play basis and there are many more in outlying areas.
Meyrick Park – A beautiful course (Par 69), with a recently refurbished club house. Within easy reach of the hotel and town centre.
Queens Park – No handicap required, but a challenging course (Par 71). Municipal, well kept course.
Bulbury Woods Golf Club – Pay and Play (Par 71), on the outskirts of Poole. Visitors are unrestricted although they do have a dress code.
Crane valley Golf Club – Pay & play, handicap certificate required to play the 18 hole course. Suitable golfing attire must be worn.
Canford Magna Golf Club – Pay & play, 3 courses (two 18 hole & a 9 hole). Between Bournemouth & Wimborne.
Moors Valley – Pay & play, par 70/72 + 4 hole pitch & putt. Everyone welcome – book online.
Dorset Golf & Country Club – Lakeland/Parkland and Woodland courses are built to full USGA specification
Iford golf centre – Two courses (18 hole Par 72 & 9 holes par 27) and a driving range – just turn up and play, a relaxed atmosphere. On the outskirts of Bournemouth.
This is a small selection, there are many other golf courses in the area. See:
Golf Today – Hampshire (Look for BH post codes, some SO post codes are also within easy reach)
If you don’t feel up to a championship type course why not try the Solent Meads Par Three Golf Club (par 54) and driving range at Hengistbury Head – great for a relaxing afternoon or morning with the family – Council run and anyone can play. Alternatively you can try the friendly Parley Golf Centre – 9 holes and driving range near the airport.
Please note: Tee times sometimes need booking in advance; contact the golf course to avoid disappointment. The Queens Hotel has no connection with any golf course unless otherwise stated and information is provided in good faith.