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Bishopswood Golf Course - Tadley - 10.9 miles
Come and enjoy the wide range of facilities at Bishopswood Golf Course which are all open to the public and where you are guaranteed a warm welcome and a great game of golf at a sensible price. The only golf club in the country to be listed in the CAMRA good beer guide for 2005. A challenging 9 hole layout that was established in 1976. It is a par 72, (S.S.S. 71) 6474 yard course which will suit all categories of golfer. Tee times can be reserved up to seven days in advance, but please note that golfers must be dressed appropriately - i.e. no trainers, jeans or Tee shirts or brief shorts please.
Springs Hotel and Golf Club - Wallingford - 11.03 miles
At The Springs, we take a pride in the service we offer to both members and visitors and do everything we can to make their experience at The Springs an enjoyable one. Our course is kept in excellent condition all year round, providing a picturesque walk through the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside and a good challenge to golfers of all standards. In the attractive Tudor-style clubhouse you will find a welcoming and friendly atmosphere, where you can enjoy good food from a varied menu, which includes snacks from our Specials Board. If you choose The Springs, you will not be disappointed. The Club is pleased to host Corporate and Society Days, which can be tailored to suit your needs.
Basingstoke Centre - 13.99 miles
The early settlement of Basingstoke is indicated by a number of archaeological sites dating from the Neolithic period and the Bronze and Iron Ages. The largest site is Winklebury Camp, an Iron Age hill fort with complex defences dating from the fourth to the first century B.C. The Roman occupation of Basingstoke is demonstrated by the site of a villa on the north bank of the River Loddon, and several other places where pottery and coins have been found. Many of the archaeological finds have been deposited at the Willis Museum. The documented history of Basingstoke begins with the Domesday Book, which lists the area as a royal manor: until the reign of John the kings of England held Basingstoke as a demesne manor.