North Hants Golf Club

Welcome To North Hants Golf Club

“North Hants welcomes many golfers from all across the United Kingdom. We host a number of Open competitions for elite and recreational golfers and our Society and Corporate packages are renowned as offering tremendous value for money on one of the South East’s finest heathland courses. We also offer a friendly and warm reception to all golfers who would like to visit us for an informal round.

For all enquiries and further information on the above, or if you are interested in joining the Club as a member, please follow the relevant link above. We look forward to welcoming you at North Hants.”

Rob Climas
General Manager

Latest News:

Justin Rose attends the Captain's Weekend

Wednesday 2nd August 2017

Justin Rose visited the club on Saturday 29th July to attend Pat McDonnell's Captain's Weekend.

Captain's Weekend

Monday 31st July 2017

Captain's Weekend took place on the 29th & 30th July - congratulations to the winners of the Captain's Prize and Team Competition.

North Hants to host English Men's Amateur Championship

Wednesday 15th February 2017

North Hants are delighted to announce we will along with Hankley Common be hosting the English Men's Amateur Championship in 2019.

North Hants Ladies Christmas Pantomime.

The Ladies Section presented their first ever Pantomime after the traditional Christmas golf competition and tea afternoon. The dining room was transformed into a theatre and was soon filled with an enthusiastic audience of members, staff and friends.

Based on a Chaucer Tale, The Wife of Bath’s Christmas Tale, or The Naughty Knight from Fairway Green, the Panto was especially written for the club by local author and poet Clare Bevan, who we were delighted to welcome to the performance.

The action took place in the stately home of Lady Nice, (Penny Cantwell) where she was hosting an afternoon of fun and jollity, organised by her friend, the Wife of Bath. (Sheila Osbourne) Enter the Naughty Knight, (Chris Gotla) an imperious Queen, (Elizabeth McMahon) a bossy caddie, (Peita De Glanville) and three Festive Ladies, (Cathy Fennell, Jean Fox and Angie Johnstone).

The Knight has committed a variety of dreadful sins, for which he is about to be admonished. The Queen and Caddie collude to find the most appropriate torture, while the Knight pleads for his safety, offering to give the ladies ANYTHING they want. They give him a list of items, but he concludes that all they want is to be THE BOSS!

While the Knight awaits his fate, an Old Hag appears, (Kate Pinto) and the jury decide he should marry her as his punishment. After the wedding ceremony the Old Hag disappears and morphs into a Miraculous Maiden. All is resolved and in true Panto fashion, everyone lives happily ever after!

The Panto was directed by Kate Bettison and superbly supported by musical maestro David Howard and Stage Manager Maureen Smart. Kate was astounded by the sheer brilliance of the cast, most of who had never before performed in public. It was a great team effort.


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