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Portsmouth Golf Club

Address Portsmouth Golf Club, Crookhorn Lane, Widley, Waterlooville, PO7 5QL
Telephone Secretary's Office: 02392 201827
Fairways Inn Restaurant: 023 9237 5999
Holes 18
Yardage 6139 (White tees)
SSS 70
Visitors Pay & Play
For Tee Times / Pro-Shop 023 9237 2210
Green fee discounts available here with My Golf Pass. You'll receive your e-pass by email and you can even play the same day!
Societies Welcome. Must book in advance
Green Fees
Weekdays: Peak: C / Off peak: B
Weekends: C / B
Course Designer Hawtree
Portsmouth GC was formed in 1926
Location 1 mile N of Portsmouth, on B2177
• Function rooms / Conference facilities available
• P.G.A Tuition / Club Customisation and Repairs
• Practice area, putting green, practice nets
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Course Description
One of the most challenging courses in the county. On top of Portsdown Hill. Spectacular views of Portsmouth Harbour and the South Downs.

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Having read other reviews I cannot understand what their problem was, we have played the course many times and found the staff very helpful, the course as with many others can sometimes be a little under advice would be the course it's the same for everyone. Price for price best value around.
Mark: 10
Value For Money: Good
David Dear The Old Dears Golf Society, May 28, 2014

The tardis is alive and kicking on portsdown hill as we are tranporter back to the 1970`s with a clubhouse that resembles a crematorium. On entry to the pro shop, we are met by a rather portly gentleman who leaves one with the impression he would rather not be there and neither were we... The course itself had a lovely layout with a variety of challenging holes and some stunning views. But this was somewhat ruined by sub-standard greens some of which were also waterlogged after one mornings light rain. The bunkers which had sand were a delightful mix of stone and chalk so much so that after a couple of visits to the bunkers we decided to take drops from them for fear of damaging our clubs, also not a rake in sight. I would suggest being aware of the misleading maps of the holes showing water hazards, as most of them were non exsitant, perhaps taken a trip to narnia. The tee boxes were also in a state of disrepair. After 9 holes we stopped for a coffee to escape the drizzle where the welcome was warm and friendly, although still the decor and general condition of the surroundings were of a bygone age. It seems to me that glendale golf (owners of 8 courses) are simply not interested in this course as there is an obvious lack of investment. Such a shame as I beleive with a little investment and a lot of TLC this could be a fantastic course one of the best I could nearly have played if not for the many shortcomings.
Paul Williams October 6, 2009

Great golf course, poor greens really let the golf course down and for 20 odd pound a round not money well spent im afraid.
Nick April 16, 2007

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