The Course

Located on Afton Down and Compton Down above Freshwater Bay with sensational views of the Solent and English Channel, this downland course is 5,725 yards long, par 69 and provides a challenge for golfers of all abilities.

The free draining chalk downland means that the course stays in great condition all year round, and provides some of the best winter golf in the south of England.

The land, owned by the National Trust, is a Site of Special Scientific Interest as well as being a European Special Area of Conservation and is home to many rare and endangered species of flora and fauna.

The course is blessed with ancient monuments which provide a special kind of hazard to the visiting golfer – the seventh fairway threads itself through two Bronze Age burial mounds hence the name Tumuli.