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Old Thorns Golf & Country Estate
Griggs Green
Liphook
Hampshire

GU30 7PE | View map
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This championship course was designed by Commander John Harris, one of Britain's best known golf course architects and completed by Peter Alliss and Dave Thomas.

The rolling nature of the landscape makes idyllic golf terrain. Peppered with mature trees, natural springs and several lakes which add to the visual pleasure of playing the course.

This 6,130 yard Par 72 course has been sympathetically designed for the less proficient golfer but still affords the better golfer a real challenge.

A full range of golf services is provided. A well-stocked pro Shop managed by resident PGA Professionals who also offer tuition at the practice facility, which includes a driving range and putting green. Hire items include trolleys, graphite clubs, shoes and a brand new fleet of buggies.

Golf Course Facts:
*Designed by Commander John Harris and supervised by Peter Alliss and Dave Thomas
*Officially inaugurated in 1982 by a competitive four-ball; Isao Aoki, Seve Ballesteros, Jack Nicklaus and Bill Rogers (Open champion of that year)
*Course record held by Isao Aoki with a 69.
*Acquired championship status in 1984 when it hosted the Ladies WPGA Olivetti Tournament

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