Update on Second National Lockdown
Following the latest Government information, we're delighted to confirm that we'll be reopening our golf club on Wednesday 2nd December. Both the club and course remain closed until the 2nd.
While we await further guidance from the Government about the new local tiers, our team are busy preparing the facilities for your return.
We cannot wait to welcome you back to the club. To get ready for your return to the club, members still have access to our at home offering featuring live online classes and on-demand videos, via the member login.

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Cams Hall Estate Golf Courses

The Creek Course - 18 holes: 6,201 yards

Surrounded by water on three sides, the Peter Alliss and Clive Clark designed Creek course offers a different challenge every time you play it. Three lakes increase the water quotient, creating some excellent feature holes, and the whole course drains superbly, making it playable all year round.

The Park Course- 9 holes: 3,202 yards

Built in the grounds of the old hall, offers a somewhat different challenge with plenty of trees and undulating greens with tricky pin positions.

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Course Highlights

4th Hole

The Creek's course 4th hole is named ‘Prisoner’ and for good reason. An unnerving par 3 over water, it requires a well struck tee shot with a 160 yard carry to clear the lake. The less gung-ho golfer may choose to lay up but be careful not to overcook it and roll in down the slope. Two bunkers guard the green, one short left, the other back right, but once you’re on, pause for a moment to take in the stunning view over Fareham Creek.

Cams Hall Estate Golf Club 4th hole on the 18 hole Creek Course

18th Hole

The 18th, ‘Swan Lake’, is a 366 yard straight par 4, which brings you back to the clubhouse. The lake comes into play after about 270 yards and guards the front and left-hand side of the green, posing the question: are you brave enough to take it on with your second shot, requiring a well struck mid-iron to clear the water, or do you take the ‘safe’ option to the right of the green, where sand lies in wait?