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Furzeley Golf Centre

Address Furzeley Golf Centre, Furzeley Road, Denmead, PO7 6TX
Telephone 023 9223 1180
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Holes 18-hole parkland course
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Yardage 4488
SSS/Par 61/62
Visitors You are always recommended to book a tee time
Societies Welcome by previous arrangement
Green Fees
18 holes B/C
9 holes A
Twilight rate available
Course Designer Est. 1990
Location Located in tranquil settings in the heart of the Hampshire countryside, just a short drive from Waterlooville, Portsmouth and Havant.
Golf lessons / Explanar
Denmead driving range (see information below)
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Clean looking club house with the basics, 80% of the staff are nice and friendly. A nice course to play and what I call a safe course, mainly a par 3 course with a few hazards, course maintaice is good apart from in the winter. It's a good course, I tend to play there when I'm working on my irons and short game. Green fees are fair, I would say this course is great for the younger and older players as a good golfer could play the course with just an 7 iron and a putter.
Mark: 6
Value For Money: Fair
Greg Guy May 18, 2014

Played recently and considering the wet weather, the course is kept in great condition. Lots of interesting water hazards on the back 9.
Tim Newton November 24, 2006

I played the Furzeley course for the first time in May 2005 and loved it. I now play there every month. The back 9 is the best with lots of water holes. The only criticism I can give the course is that there are no 100 or 150 yd marker posts on the front 9 and strokesavers are not available making it tricky to choose an iron to hit the green. Other than that its my favourite course. Its only a PAR 62 but great value at only £13 a round.
Paul Hunter October 17, 2005

No par 5s but even so this is a great course, well maintained with some interesting, clever and challenging holes. Well positioned water hazards only increase the enjoyment. Any wonderful value for money!
Guy C August 29, 2005

I played at Furzeley on 7th July 2005 and have to say what an amazing place. The course was in great condition, looked fantastic and played very well. For £13 a round, you'll be hard pushed to find better value for money anywhere.
Neil White July 11, 2005

Excellent 18 hole course, gets a bit boggy in the winter
months. The back 9 holes are the best with plenty of water hazzards. The cafe at the clubhouse serves a great breakfast and the golf shop has some good discounts with professional advice from the staff.
Steve Armstrong January 12, 2005
Denmead Golf Driving Range
Hours 8.30am-9.30pm
Contact 02392 268884
Bays 16
Covered 16
Heated 0
Automatic Teeing N/A
Floodlit 16
Prices N/A

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