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Hankley Common Golf Club

Hankley was first opened for play over nine holes in 1897. In 1922 James Braid advised on the addition of a further nine holes. Bobby Locke described the course as the closest resemblance to a seaside links and the famous course architect, Charles Lawrie, once described the course as “one of the best inland layouts in Britain”. The 7th hole is looked upon as being one of the finest par 3s in the country and the magnificent 18th a superb but challenging finishing hole.

The course and surrounding area are classified as a ‘Site of Special Scientific Interest’ which includes a number of indigenous trees such as Rowan, Oak and Silver Birch, together with the invading Scots Pine. The course is also home to many birds and animals, including the rare Dartford Warbler, Woodlark, Night Jar, Adder, Deer, Badger and the Sand Lizard.

The clubhouse, originally built in 1982, was refurbished and extended in 1999 and now features excellent facilities, including a dining room offering the finest cuisine, a relaxing lounge bar and good quality changing rooms.

This being said the fine asset of the club is surely the course itself. Hankley Common Golf Club is one of the top rated courses in the country and an Open Qualifying course and recently voted number 50 in Golf Monthly Top 100 courses and number 74 in Golf World Magazine Top 100 list, this is a course that will never disappoint the visitor.

Dress Code

Don’t forget to bring your jackets and club tie for lunch in the club’s dining room and for the prize giving

What’s included?

Cost includes tea/coffee and bacon roll on arrival, 18 holes of golf, a 3 course lunch with wine and competition prizes

BACS payments can be made to CILT (UK) Golf Society
Sort Code: 30:94:28
Account # 00844954
or by cheque to The Event Organiser

Buggies

Golf trolleys and buggies are available for hire. Please book these directly with the club.

Mobile Phones

In the car park for calls. In and around the clubhouse on silent mode for non-voice activities. Only to be used on the course for a medical or security incident.

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