Set in the glorious Dorset countryside, Broadstone is one of the finest examples of an unspoilt heathland golf course in the South of England, and deservedly sits in the Top 100 golf courses in the UK, as judged by Golf World and Golf Monthly. Within 250 acres of rolling terrain, the fairways run freely and separately through superb natural heathland with its swathes of heather, pine, gorse and rhododendrons, several holes offer magnificent views for miles around.
Founded in 1898 and laid out by Tom Dunn, then redesigned in 1914 by the legendary H.S.Colt, Broadstone boasts a truly challenging layout, with a course that is a stunning and deceptively strong par 70, the quality of which continues to attract a host of top national amateur events. Read more
Top 100 Greatest Golf Courses in UK
The golf course at Broadstone is very highly regarded and is rated in almost all golf rankings and reviews. It presently sits in the top 200 of the "Golf World's Top 100 courses in the UK & Ireland" and has just recently been added to the ROLEX top 1000 courses in the world.
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Latest Course Reviews:
Name = Pepler
VisitDate = 21st August 2017
Feedback = I booked a two ball through GolfNow so that my son could have a practice round before the Broadstone Junior Open. Sometimes when you book rounds indirectly, or at preferential rates, the service you get is poor, not at Broadstone! The welcome in the Pro shop was probably the best welcome and service I have recieved outside of playing in America. The Pro gave us a personalised welcome pack (nice touch) and took the time to talk about some of the more tricky holes to my Son in advance of his competition. Range tokens are reasonably priced too.
So upstairs for a spot of lunch before the round and again fanstatic service from the bar staff, and excellent bar snacks.
As for the course, it deserves its place as the best in Dorset, and in very good condition given the ‘summer’ we are having. And another point worth mentioning, the greens staff, who were working on a number of the holes as we played, all paused their work and turned off engines whilst we played our shots – excellent and not always what you get from even the better clubs.
In summary, an excellent course with first class service. We will not only be back, but might even have to consider membership in the future. Well done Broadstone.
It shares the same sense of scale and openness that characterises many parts of Sunningdale, and the ground’s undulations are similarly massive. Broadstone, though not especially long, is emphatically a big course, and, if one could pick it up and drop it in Surrey, it would surely be considered at least the equal of many of that county’s top courses.
Adam Lawrence - Editor Golf Course Architecture
Poole Audi and Broadstone Golf Club - a perfect team.