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Etiquette covers both Courtesy and Priority on the Course as well as Care of the Course. Whilst the following points are not Rules as such they are an important part of the game.


Please Always......

Don't move, talk or stand close to a player making a stroke.

Don't play until the group in front is out of the way.

Always play without delay. Leave the putting green as soon as all players in your group have holed out.

Invite faster groups to play through.

Replace divots. Smooth footprints in bunkers.

Don't step on the line of another player's putt.

Don't drop clubs on the putting green.

Replace the flagstick carefully.

Whether young or old, beginner or experienced the Swanmore golf course will test every aspect of your game and challenge players of different ability and handicap.


Good course management, solid shooting, unflinching accuracy and sound club selection are at a premium at Swanmore and vitally important if you are to score well.


It really is a fine place to enjoy a round and invites you to play a whole range of shots. Further to that, it has a good setting in a tranquil area of land and is especially popular and enjoyable to play in the summer months.

Very welcoming in the shop. Lovely course, good variety for a 9 hole course. Played the course twice. Great Greens and nice space between holes with a varying challenges (narrow fairways, water hazards, elevation changes).

Highly recommend - great value for money

"Who ever designed the layout, and I would guess it was someone that wouldn't have commanded a huge fee, could certainly teach a fair few better known modern course architects a thing or two about strategic planning. I play off 8 and genuinely enjoyed playing here. I only came here because I was with a friend who is a beginner but I'm very glad that I bothered"

UK Golf Guide Review

Swanmore Golf Centre Score card.
Swanmore First Tee
Swanmore Golf Course
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