Parkstone Golf Club

Bournemouth, England

Overview

Some would say that this is the best known of all the south coast golf clubs, founded in 1909 it was enlarged in 1937 by James Braid. The result of this highly imaginative reconstruction was an intriguing and varied test of golf set amongst pines and heather-fringed fairways where every hole presents a different challenge. Peter Allis was the club professional at Parkstone during the 60's. 6,254 yards Par 72.

Accommodation near Parkstone Golf Club

Hilton Bournemouth

Situated in the heart of Bournemouth town centre, this is the perfect hotel for you to really enjoy and make the most of the local courses and the beautiful town. With its beach views and attentive staff, this Hilton hotel is a sure winner.

The Cumberland

An Art Deco style hotel bursting with character and boutique feel. The Cumberland is the perfect hotel for a break in Dorset. Situated close to many of the South’s finest golf courses and just a short stroll away from many great restaurants and bars.

Cleveland House

Visit the town of Bournemouth and stay in the gorgeous Cleveland House. Not far from Bournemouth beach, this house is in the perfect location. Nearby golf courses include Meyrick Park and Queen’s Park.

Hampton by Hilton Bournemouth

Explore everything good about Bournemouth when staying at this beautiful 3-star hotel. The beach and town centre are both within easy walking distance of the hotel, not to the mention a vast array of courses within a 30-minute drive.

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