Parkstone Golf Club

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Parkstone Golf Club

Welcome to Parkstone, one of the best known and finest courses on the South Coast and Parkstone is now ranked 91 in the Top 100 golf courses in the British Isles by Golf Monthly Magazine.



A beautiful and mature heathland course with lakes, standings of mature pines and a wide variety of wildlife together with panoramic views over Poole Harbour to Brownsea Island and the coastal downs of the Isle of Purbeck. Set within a few minutes drive of Poole and Bournemouth town centres and beaches, Parkstone offers the best in both golf and hospitality.


Parkstone was founded by Lord Wimborne in 1909 as the Parkstone and Canford Cliffs Golf Links. The course, set in a wilderness of trees and heather, was designed by Willie Park Junior, twice Open Champion in the 1880’s. Parkstone continued in its original form as a privately owned club until 1927. In fulfilment of earlier suspicions Lord Wimborne was considering selling the land for building development but agreed to give the members first refusal. Six local businessmen formed a company to do this and to run Parkstone as a proprietary club but were unable to raise the total amount of £2000. T W Simpson, whose house at Compton Acres overlooked the course saved the day with a low interest loan and in doing so preserved his views over the course to Poole Harbour. Ironically, subsequently Simpson’s property fell victim to development and became the well known decorative gardens.


The Club continued in this form for 32 years until 1960 when, after many years of deliberation and uncertainty, the shareholders finally agreed to sell and, equally importantly the members agreed to buy the Club. The price was a very generous £12000 but even so the members were unable to raise this amount and were only able to do so through a loan on generous terms from Hamilton Stutt for approximately half the amount.

And so Parkstone has continued for the last forty five years. Perhaps the most noticeable and important change in this period was the decision that ladies should become full members in 1996 with the eminent good sense of this being emphasised by the appointment of Miss Jeanne Bisgood, one of Parkstone’s outstanding golfers, as President from 2001 to 2004, her father having held the position from 1949 to 1969.

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Visitors Start Times & Green Fees

Visitors are welcome to play at Parkstone but should first telephone the Club on 01202 707138 and press option 2 or 3 to reserve a starting time.

All visitors should have a handicap certificate from their home club and are asked to follow the Club’s Dress Code.

Group Organisers
To ensure that everything runs smoothly organisers of visiting groups are responsible for ensuring that their members are fully conversant with the information that is appropriate to their visit.

Available Starting Times
Weekdays: Between 09.38 – 12.18 and 14.10 – 16.00
(09.38 – 11.30 and 13.30 – 16.00 in winter).
Weekends and Bank Holidays: 09.46 – 12.18 and 14.10 – 16.00
(09.46 – 11.30 and 13.30 – 16.00 in winter).

Green Fees

November to March 2018/19 Weekdays: £65 per round
April & October 2019 Weekdays: £90 per round
April & October 2019 Weekends & Bank Holidays: £100 per round
May – September 2019 Weekdays: £110 per round £140 per day
November – December 2019 Weekdays: £65 per round



Contact Us

Parkstone Golf Club 49a Links Road     Poole Dorset BH14 9QS

Telephone O1202 707138        Fax 01202 706027        Email

Course Information Message 01202 707138 Option 1


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