Dorset Golf & Country Club
Bere Regis, D6 BH20 7NT, United Kingdom

+44 1929.472.244
This resort is located in the south of England and has 27 holes, all designed by Martin Hawtree. The Woodland nine is a tight, tree-lined par-33 layout, while the Landland and Parkland nines are standard-length.

The standard 18-hole walking rates are £40 weekdays and £44 weekends (carts/buggies are £22/round or £30/day). Twilight discounts are also available.

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Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:£30 - £39
   Weekend:£40 - £49
   9-hole fees evenings only
General Manager:Graham Packer
Superintendent:John Royal
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (No Denim)
Season Start:Year-round, weather permitting
Reserved Tee Times:Phone
Pro Shop :yes
Driving Range:yes
Short Game Practice:yes with sand bunker
Water Hazards:Moderate
Sand Bunkers:Moderate

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Recent Reviews

  TK1960 - 8/15/18
The choice of three nines makes this a great way to spend a few days and enjoying all nine's the choice between lake-land, parkland & woodland makes the 18 holes great fun. The food is great and the service fantastic. we stopped in a lodge and you could not possible complain about the accommodation.

  StuGemmell - 6/2/14
Played Parkland to Woodland today. The course was lovely with different challenges. The Woodland nine is very short, and doesn't require a driver after the 2nd hole. There are some lovely little holes which present a different challenge though. The Parkland was longer but again there were some lovely holes. Overall the greens were tricky although a little slow. Sand in bunkers was sparse but there was a lot of storm damage over the winter. Overall a very enjoyable day.
  Big Trev - 7/31/11
Played this twice now in the space of month. yesterday the course played short due to hard ground. The greens were true and difficult making for a challenging test of golf. The scenery is spectacular and the hole views from the tee boxes are wonderful. I would recommend playing this course just for the experience. The only down side was people in buggies chasing our 4 ball as we walked the course. It never ceases to amaze me why people drive furiously in a buggy just to stand on a tee with their hands on their hips. there is a limit to the number you can let play through.
  watereng - 1/25/15
  Ctimms18 - 9/21/14
  Tigerpaws - 3/27/14
  Alex85 - 10/2/13
  mperry2008 - 6/21/13
  baz9452 - 5/30/13
  GMHughes - 10/7/12
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