Reciprocal Golf for Dudsbury Members
Published April 5, 2015
We have reciprocal arrangements with a number of courses where Members can play during the week without paying a green fee.
Reservations for these courses are strictly through our Pro Shop. Please contact them if you wish to book a reciprocal. For all of our reciprocal courses, please see below:
A warm and friendly Golf Course in Dorset where visitors and Golf Societies are always welcome. The club is constructed on natural chalk downland with spectacular views over the surrounding Dorset countryside.
Located in Thomas Hardy country just south of Dorchester, Dorset’s county town, Came Down offers a spectacular golfing challenge suitable for all skill levels.
Set in the north of the New Forest, Hampworth presents a unique challenge. The River Blackwater meanders through the course, forming a natural water hazard or an attractive feature on 9 of the holes. Other holes feature elevation changes, two tiered greens, or prominent bunkers to test your strategy.
Located on the edge of the New Forest with sea glimpses through the beautiful tree canopy surrounding the course. A feature of the new club lounge is a first floor balcony with fabulous, panoramic, views of the course.
An oasis of beauty on the edge of Southampton. Described by a journalist as ‘A real woodland gem’ the course makes its way through undulating ground with tree lined fairways, raised greens and deep bunkers.
An 18-hole golf course set high on the chalk of the Cranborne Chase, with the unusual distinction of having 9 holes in Dorset & 9 in Wiltshire.
Please note: £10 Green Fee payable at Rushmore
Set in beautiful rolling countryside with stunning views of the Wiltshire countryside and medieval city of Salisbury, Salisbury & South Wilts Golf Club is a firm but fair challenge for all golfers. At over 6,000 yards of of the Yellow Tees, the par 71 down-land style layout boasts excellent putting surfaces and an enjoyable array of challenging holes.
Laid out over underlating terrain, an 18-hole golf course with a wealth and variety of mature trees. Be prepared for a host of challenges, some of which you might just have to take on.
The Golf Club is set in over 200 acres of picturesque parkland surrounding Embley Park, former home of Florence Nightingale.
Founded in 1909, this James Braid designed course requires course management and strategy to make sure you leave yourself good opportunities. A feature of this golf course is it many subtle doglegs and year round playability.