Welcome to Alton Golf Club

Founded in 1908, Alton Golf Club is a par 68 parkland course in North-East Hampshire.  The course structure consists of nine greens and eighteen separate tees, providing a variety of challenges for golfers of all abilities.

The course measures 5,622 yards but is no pushover, as it meanders the rolling hills of beautiful Hampshire countryside. The course was designed by world famous golf course architect and five time Open champion, James Braid.  His portfolio of designed courses includes Gleneagles (King’s & Queen’s).

We celebrated our centenary in 2008, and after challenges that followed, every new year is very special to us. If you are in the vicinity, please visit us to see for yourself why this golf course has lasted so long, as well as enjoy what we are privileged to enjoy week after week.

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Alton Golf ClubTuesday, February 19th, 2019 at 11:28am
Williamson Rd 5 2019 CSS 68 CSS 71
Hi All
Just to repeat, please no 4 balls out first please (I gather it wasn't a problem this time) but I would appreciate you follow this golden rule.

All trophies to be returned for engraving, please.

1st S Davey 41
2nd R Heath 41
3rd MS Rietzler 41

Playing Handicap Revisions
S Davey 11 to 10
R Heath 13 to 12
T Penn 13 to 12
MS Rietzler 11 to 10

Current leader board
T Penn 112
D Farmer 110
R Heath 107
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Alton Golf Club is feeling thankful.Thursday, January 24th, 2019 at 5:14pm
Given that the course is in fantastic condition, our greens true and our fairways just right. Please repair your divots out of respect for those who work so hard to keep the course pristine. If we all repair 1 that was left on each hole the fairways will just be sublime in the summer. Thank you.
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Alton Golf ClubTuesday, January 15th, 2019 at 4:11pm
Captain’s January Update

To those I’ve not seen, may I send you best wishes for 2019. This the first of what no doubt will be a series of irregular updates as and when needed. There will be hopefully something useful in them for members.

A quiet time over the Christmas period, especially with my cold. I promise to be out playing more, once I get over it. (I bet you all can’t wait, LOL).

However a great turnout for the Captain’s drive in on New Year’s Day helped by decent weather, hopefully, a portent for the year to come with great food from Ali and the bar crew as always. Great to see two large roll-ups at the weekend and also lovely to welcome some new winter members.

Towards the end on Jan, we are down on greenkeeping numbers for a couple of weeks. We have plans in place for their absence but please bear with us if the greens are a little bit “fluffier” during this period. The plan is they shouldn’t be but just bear in mind it will be fellow members out there. Anyone is more than welcome to join this merry band of brothers (and indeed sisters).

On that note, please bear in mind that with the decent weather, there’s a lot of give on the course so please replace divots and repair pitch marks. Once you’ve repaired your pitch mark, see if you can find another one. It’ll be your good deed for the day and make you feel good. It’s our course let’s take pride in it.

For those paying by standing orders and haven’t already updated them, could you please. Otherwise please be prepared to buy Simon a drink or three as he spends his time trying to work it out and chase it up.

Happy golfing

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Alton Golf ClubFriday, January 11th, 2019 at 11:10am
Great morning for 9 holes for a tenner... and a warm fire and a Friday doughnut afterwards...
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Alton Golf Club added 2 new photos.Thursday, January 3rd, 2019 at 11:49am
What a lovely day on the 1st of Jan. Over 60 members for the captain's drive in. Rodge the Pres; Hobbo the Skip and Matt the Vice Skip. Good wishes to all in 2019. Great food and welcome from Ali and Trish


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