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The Golf Courses

As golfers of ability, the new owners take great pride in the presentation of their courses. With 36 holes laid out among mature trees in an ‘easy to get to’ leafy location just outside Basingstoke in between the M3/ M4, each design offers its own unique challenge.

Enjoy the benefits of modern construction methods too and USGA specification greens, tees & approaches as well as a fully automated irrigation system.

Wellington Course – Par 72

On a naturally free draining site, the Wellington Course, a par 72 design, is more open and invites the big hitter to cut loose. Make sure though to avoid the strategically positioned lakes.

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  • Local Rules - Waterloo Course

    OUT OF BOUNDS
    Out of bounds is defined by the line between the course-side points at ground level of white stakes
    and course boundary fence posts.

    PROTECTION OF YOUNG TREES IDENTIFIED BY STAKES OR RIBBONS
    If a player’s ball in the General Area lies on or touches such a tree or such a tree interferes with the player’s stance or area of intended swing, the player must take relief under Rule 16.1f.

    STONES IN BUNKERS
    Stones in bunkers are movable obstructions and relief can be taken under Rule 15.2.

    BUILDINGS AND SHELTERS
    All buildings and shelters within the bounds of the Course are integral parts of the Course.
    The Clubhouse is out of bounds.

    GROUND UNDER REPAIR
    Areas marked GUR or enclosed by a white line. Relief may be taken under Rule 16.

    POWERLINES AND POLES
    “If it is known or virtually certain that a player’s ball hit a power line or any part of a tower or pole supporting a power line, during the play of the 3rd or the 4th hole of the Waterloo course, the stroke does not count. The player must play
    a ball without penalty from where the previous stroke was made (see Rule 14.6 for what to do).

    NOTE: SEE NOTICEBOARD FOR ADDITIONAL AND TEMPORARY LOCAL RULES.

  • Local Rules - Wellington Course

    OUT OF BOUNDS

    Beyond any boundary of the Course or any line defined by white stakes (Rule 27).

    PROTECTION OF YOUNG TREES IDENTIFIED BY STAKES, WIRE GUARDS OR RIBBONS

    If such a tree interferes with a player’s stance or the area of intended swing, the ball MUST BE LIFTED, without penalty, and dropped in accordance with the procedure prescribed in Rule 24-2b (Immovable Obstruction).

    STONES IN BUNKERS

    Stones in bunkers are movable obstructions (Rule 24-1).

    BUILDINGS AND SHELTERS

    The Clubhouse is out of bounds.
    All buildings and shelters within the bounds of the Course are integral parts of the Course.

    WATER HAZARDS AND LATERAL WATER HAZARDS

    Water hazards are marked by yellow posts, and lateral water hazards by red posts (Rule 26).

    GROUND UNDER REPAIR

    Any area marked GUR or surrounded by a white line (Rule 25)

    POWER LINES AND POLES

    The poles are immovable obstructions Rule 24-2 applies. If a ball strikes any power lines, the stroke must be cancelled and the player must drop and play a ball as nearly as possible at the spot from which the original ball was played in accordance with Rule 20-5.

    NOT: SEE NOTICEBOARD FOR ADDITIONAL AND TEMPORARY

     

     

     

     

Golf at Sherfield Oaks

“Played The Waterloo last week and the presentation of the course and condition of the greens was superb so decided to come back this week for the Wellington - equally as good and commend the green keepers for their ability. ”
Rated 5 out of 5 by David Wokingham
“Sherfield Oaks has two 18 courses the Waterloo, which I played and the Wellington their flagship course. The Waterloo is a varied 5600 yard course in quiet Hampshire countryside with some challenging par 3s, tight par 4 10th and water hazards. True greens it is nice to be able to reach some greens in regulation being a retired golfer.”
Rated 4 out of 5 by Colin S
“The Wellington is a lovely challenging course and the fairways are in very good condition. Staff are very friendly and a good bar serving drinks and good quality food. Definitely recommend.”
Rated 5 out of 5 by GolfNow
“I have played this course a number of times in recent months and despite the very hot summer the course has been maintained in very good condition. In particular the greens play very well and are consistent throughout which is very welcome. I would recommend. Staff are friendly and the facilities are very good.”
Rated 4 out of 5 by GolfNow
“Played the Wellington course in a competition. Lovely condition. Greens nice and pacey. Sausage bap and coffee were wonderful to start the day”
Rated 5 out of 5 by eremy Woodford
“Had a late afternoon round with my son, greens are playing so well course is in the best condition I’ve seen. We will be back soon and highly recommend to anyone who is after fantastic value for money but bring extra balls the rough is the biggest test around”
Rated 5 out of 5 by Luke Shears