A fine test of golf in delightful surroundings, Liphook is far from long but the topography and design almost always ensure that good scoring remains elusive.
In relative terms, the start is largely unremarkable but the stretch in the middle through the dunes is outstanding. Overall, Hayling is a superb course worthy of any trip.
This Southampton parkland was designed by the great Willie Park Jnr, who utilised its undulating site of an old deer park to craft a course that is never less than stimulating.
One of those timeless English clubs that tends to fly under the radar when discussing great English courses. This list intends that to be the case no longer.
Shaped by the likes of James Braid, Harry Colt and Tom Simpson, North Hants is a course with a proud heritage and its artfully shaped fairways put a premium on good driving.
James Braid designed Hockley in 1920 and a century later it is one of Hampshire's best-loved courses