A popular 27-hole golf course offering fantastic views of the South Coast, Barton-on-Sea Golf Club near New Milton, Hampshire, is a challenging course run by a dedicated team of professional staff. It's also well within reach of numerous top Hampshire hotels, and is just to the south of the scenic New Forest National Park.
Brief History of the Barton-On-Sea Golf Club
This site has been a golfing venue since the late Victorian period, and the first course was completed in 1910 and designed by the renowned golfer and architect Harry Vardon. Despite the threat of sea erosion, the Barton-on-Sea Golf Club continues to be one of Hampshire's leading golf clubs, benefiting from some of the best scenery one of the sunniest climates of any course in the country.
Facilities at the Barton-On-Sea Golf Club
The Barton-on-Sea Golf Club has excellent coaching facilities and a special retail outlet where you can find top-of-the-range equipment from the world's best brands. The course also has a great bar serving a wide choice of drinks and delicious meals, and offers a variety of membership options such as junior or weekend membership.
Hotels near Barton-on-Sea Golf Club
The Barton-on-Sea Golf Club is conveniently located just a short drive from beautiful sea-view hotels such as the elegant Cliff House Hotel and the charming, historic venues such as Bosuns Chair. Wherever you decide to stay, you will enjoy sophisticated, spacious rooms, premium bedding, and first-rate hospitality. Most hotels provide Wi-Fi access in all rooms, and many also offer in-room tea and coffee-making facilities and en-suite bathrooms with free toiletries. Some venues also have fitness centres, spa facilities, and conference amenities that are suitable for corporate events.
About New Milton
This attractive market town has existed since before the Norman invasion and is only a short drive from the bustling seaside resort and university town of Bournemouth. New Milton also overlooks a pleasant shingle beach, and is the location of the Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum, where you can see numerous historic motorcycles, some of which were collected by the man it was named after, Sammy Miller MBE, a championship-winning racer.