Old Thorns Manor Hotel Golf & Country Estate
Winter/Spring Residential Package available before 31st March 2012
·One night accommodation (based on two people sharing)
·Two course dinner
·Full use of the leisure facilities including swimming pool, sauna and gym
For only £99 per person Sunday-Thursday and £149 per person Friday-Saturday
Spring/Summer 2012 Society Package available from 1st April-31st October 2012
·Tea/coffee and bacon baps
·Either a ploughmans or BBQ platter
For only £42.50 per person weekdays and £47.50 per person at the weekend.
Old Thorns golf course was designed by Peter Alliss and David Thomas and completed in 1981. The official opening of the golf course was endorsed by a very famous competitive four-ball between Jack Nicklaus, Seve Ballesteros, Isao Aoki and reigning Open champion, Bill Rogers. We are the only golf club in England that has a Starbucks café on site, and we can offer all visitors our brand new sports bar featuring Sky sports, pool tables, new locker rooms and Bunkers restaurant catering for all golf residential and society days.
The magnificent estate of Old Thorns hosted the Hampshire Championship in the Trilby Tour 2011.
Old Thorns Manor Hotel, Golf & Country Estate is tucked away in 400 acres of rolling Hampshire countryside and is one of southern England's most picturesque golf resorts, and offers luxury accommodation, relaxing health spa facilities, fantastic cuisine and an outstanding 18-hole championship golf course, designed by the BBC's 'voice of golf' and club president, Peter Alliss.
The championship golf course ranges across the rolling hills of the north Hampshire countryside and has mature trees, natural springs, lakes and testing bunkers, giving real character to the course which, while kind to the less experienced golfer, holds some surprises for the player who enjoys a challenging round in a classic English landscape.
The par 72 course has an illustrious history, as plans for its development started in 1976 and came to fruition in 1981 when Peter Alliss and Dave Thomas, completed the construction of the course they had painstakingly designed. A year later its official inauguration saw Seve Ballesteros, Jack Nicklaus, Isao Aoki and the then reigning Open Champion, Bill Rogers, play a competitive four ball.
Recent developments at the resort has seen a brand new champagne and cocktail bar, new restaurants, sports bar and conference facilities.
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BY ROAD - Old Thorns is readily accessible from the A3 Portsmouth to London road, take the Griggs Green exit, and carry along Longmoor road then take the second right into Old Thorns. (Approximately 35 mins from Portsmouth)
From the M25 take the A3 southbound towards Portsmouth, and then take the Griggs Green exit, carry along Longmoor road and then take the second right into Old Thorns. (Approximately 35 mins from the M25).
BY AIR - Old Thorns is less than one hour from Gatwick and Heathrow airports.
OLD THORNS AT THE TRILBY TOUR 2011
Two clubs down, eight to go...
'Pretty' is one way to describe the landscape at Old Thorns in Hampshire, but it's not a great description of the atmosphere amongst today's assembled Trilby Tour players – 'ugly' is much nearer the mark.....
Catch up with the winner!
Read what Duncan Sieling had to say about his day at the Trilby Tour