Army Golf Club

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About the Club

Welcome to Army Golf Club - the third oldest golf club in Hampshire and the 21st oldest golf club in the country.

As our name suggests, our club has military origins although for many years we have had a mainly civilian membership. Today our club is enjoyed by members, visitors and societies from all walks of civilian and military life.

When you visit Army Golf Club I can assure you of a warm and friendly welcome along with a challenging golf course that, we are regularly told, provides one of the best tests of golfing ability in the area.

Directions

From M3 (Junction 4) take the A331 dual carriageway towards Aldershot and Farnham passing Farnborough After 3 miles take the exit for Ash Vale & North Camp.
Stay in the right hand lane of the slip road and take the 2nd exit from the roundabout at the end.
This will take you on a bridge back over the A331 to another roundabout.
Take the 1st exit (A331) from this roundabout being the A3011 to North Camp & Farnborough.
You will pass a parade of shops on your right and after ½ mile will come to the St. Albans roundabout.
Take the 2nd exit (effectively going straight on) joining a short stretch of dual carriageway.
You will pass a fire station on your left before reaching yet another roundabout.
Stay in the centre lane as you join the roundabout.
Take the 2nd exit (Government House Road) signposted to the Aerospace Park.
After about 300 yards, and just before entering the main business park, turn left into a narrow lane (Shoe Lane).
Drive on and you should see the 7th and 3rd holes at several points between the trees.
At the next T junction turn right.
Drive carefully along this lane, over a narrow bridge to a second T junction where you should turn right again.
Drive carefully along this tree lined avenue, over two sets of speed humps, and you will see the entrance to the club on your right.
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Courses & Scorecards

Reviews by players

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Great course,shame about the members
Army Golf Course
D Nicol (HC: n/a)
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7
Value
9
Course
10
Greens
8
Welcome

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This course is very good.quite a lot of long par 4's so if your not a big hitter you may struggle.the greens are the fastest I've ever played and can destroy your score very easily.
The main problem with this course is a large amount of the members are older players that seem to think they own the course and have little or no courtesy and very rarely allow you to play through even after waiting 10 mins to play to the green.
That does not include everyone as there are some great guys there that will chat and play with anyone it's just the minority that spoil it.good for the odd round but I wouldn't recommend joining.

Playing tips:

Play late afternoon as its dead.
Bring your long game.
Go easy on the greens.
Avoid the oldies or prepare to be frustrated.

Last Played: 12 July 2012.

Reviewed: 12/07/2012
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Club facilities

Club HouseDoes not have a Club House
Club HireDoes not offer Club Hire
Putting GreenDoes not have a Putting Green
Pro ShopDoes not have a Pro Shop
Practice AreaDoes not have a Practice Area
Club BarDoes not have a Club Bar
Driving RangeDoes not have a Driving Range
RestaurantDoes not have a Restaurant
Trolley Hire offers Trolley Hire
ChangingDoes not have Changing Rooms
Buggy Hire offers Buggy Hire
LessonsDoes not provide Lessons

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