Brokenhurst Manor Golf Course was designed by the great course architect Harry Colt and opened for play in 1915.
Situated in the New Forest, four miles from Lymington, this scenic course is always in excellent condition. A stream that runs through the course features on nine of the holes and a mixture of woodland and heath, in three loops of six holes, makes Brokenhurst Manor (6220 yards in length) a fine test for golfers of all standards of play.
The Club recently installed a state-of-the-art irrigation system and completed an extensive drainage programme throughout the course this has resulted in the course being open for play in all but the most extreme weather conditions.
Wildlife is abundant and in recent times a magnificent herd of Red deer stags has often been seen on the course. The shy Roe deer are more often seen and for many years the Club boasted successive generations of “White Buck” that attracted much media attention. Birdlife abounds and buzzards nest in the central woodlands while a little Egret is often seen fishing in the stream and ditches.
Proceed along the M27 towards Ringwood, take the turning off for Lyndhurst. Through Lyndhurst take the A337 Lymington Road to Brockenhurst. On entering Brockenhurst, take the right hand turn B3055 to Sway and New Milton. Straight over the staggered crossroads and into Sway Road for approximately 1 mile, the Golf Club will be on the right hand side.
Proceed along the A31 towards Southampton, turn off towards Burley then follow the signs for Brockenhurst. Once in Brockenhurst turn right through the watersplash on through Brockenhurst and turn right at Lloyds Bank into Sway Road, the Golf Club will be approximately 1 mile on the right hand side.
Proceed to Christchurch along the A35 towards Lyndhurst. Through Lyndhurst take the A337 Lymington Road to Brockenhurst.