English Golf Courses

Queens Park (Bournemouth) Golf Club

Tel: 01202 451675    Address: Queens Park West Drive, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH8 9BY

Key Features

Type: Parkland    Length: 6090    Par: 71    Telephone: 01202 451675

Course Description

Queens Park Golf Club is an 18 hole former championship course. This course is one of the oldest municipal courses in the whole country. It was founded in 1906 and offers secluded fairways lined with mature pine trees.

In the past this course has hosted players of the calibre of Jacklin, Cotton and Ballesteros. The course also features the recently refurbished Woodies' Bar and Restaurant overlooking the first fairway in addition to a well stocked golf shop. Catering facilities are available at all times to members and non-members.

The fairways meander freely through many acres of lovely heathers, colourful gorse and all in a wonderful pine woodland setting. The greens are in superb condition, fast and true, providing a good challenge to even the best golfers.

Green Fees

Weekday: Round Ticket - £
Weekday: Day Ticket - ££
Weekend: Round Ticket - ££
Weekday: Day Ticket - ££
Green Fee Key - £1-£15=£   £16-£30 = ££   £31-£50 = £££   £50+ =££££

Directions to Queens Park (Bournemouth) Golf Club

2 miles North East of Bournemouth.

Ways to contact the golf club directly

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Golf Club Facilities

Trolley Hire


Catering


Clubhouse


Shower Available


Changing Rooms


Proshop


Putting Area


Buggy Hire




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