Hayling Island serves the golfing fraternity well, with three locations for the golfer.
They comprise of:
- Hayling Golf Club.
Established in 1883 a SSI 71 links course which challenges the best of
golfers. Bordering the Solent, it offers magnificent views for the golfer whilst searching for their
ball in the prolific gorse which abounds. The nineteenth hole is a 1920's style building which
overlooks the last green. Hayling Golf club has some of the best greens in the country and is well
prepared by an active greens staff. Visitors and societies are welcome and green fees can be paid in
the pro shop.
Address: Links Lane. Ferry Road. Hayling Island. Tel: 023 92464446
- Tournerbury Golf Centre.
A fairly new 9 hole meadow course. There is a covered driving range and a fully stocked pro shop.
Although new(ish) the general set-up shows promise and is improving as time and growth allows. A pay
and play course
Address: Tournerbury Lane. Hayling Island, Tel: 023 92 462266.
- The Par 3.
Pitch and putt 9 hole course. Better than the average pitch and Putt course, this is ideal for the
short game practice for the handicap golfer and the holidaymaker who fancies some fresh air and a
little exercise. It is managed by the retired professional of Hayling Golf Club for 30 years, Ray Gadd who is now
giving his full attention to the running of the Par 3. He has built an all-weather teaching
academy where is now taking private and group lessons with video anaylysis.
Address: Ferry Road. Hayling Island. (Next to Hayling Golf Club)
- Golfing Breaks
If your wanting a golf break, or just a round or two on a business trip,
Copsewood House is the perfect choice for golfers looking for somewhere to
stay on Hayling Island.
The guests are welcome to use the practice nets in the garden. The owner
of Copsewood House is a Professional golfer and Grade 3 P.G.A. Teacher.
Booking is advised well in advance. A free round of golf at Beachlands Par 3
course is also available for all guests.