Cams Hall Golf Club
Portchester Road,
Fareham, Hampshire P016 8UP
Tel : +44(0) 1329 827222 Fax : +44(0) 1329 827111

11 km west of Portsmouth. M27 Junction 11

Course Details

Course Name: Cams Hall Holes: 18 Yardage: 6477 SSS: 71
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Course Name: Course2 Holes: 9 Yardage: 6244 SSS: 72
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  • Great golf course

    Scott williams wrote on: Apr 22, 2004

    I think Cams estate Golf course is a super golf course it has some very tough hole like the 4th long par 3 over the water.Over all it is a lovely course


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Fayaz Haji and Abbas Rahim 10/01

    Fayaz Haji and Abbas Rahim wrote on: Sep 30, 2001

    The legendary commentator and designer, Peter Ellis, design the course. It is located on the mouth of Fareham Harbour and Fareham Creek. Although it is not classed as a Links Course, it definitely suffers its reputation. This means that it has several personalities and plays differently every time.
    The course is 6222 yards off the whites with 4 par 3s and 3 par 5s. The longest hole is 571 yards and the shortest 133 yards. It demands from you to apply skilfully your 'course management' abilities and yet it allows the long hitters to open their shoulders wide. The bunkers are placed, tucked and hidden away nicely for the low handicapper's to appreciate the designer's artistic sense (or as some would say, masochistic). The water features are amongst the most beautiful in this area and on this note watch out for the 4th par three where your tee shot will need a carry of 200yds if you want to be on the green for your second shot. The course does not have many trees, however the hazards are there in the form of thin, long, punishing grass.
    Below we have outlined for you a brief commentary of each hole as we have enjoyed / suffered it. Bear in mind that we are both 18-handicapper's and what you will find below is our opinion of how we see the course. Because the course does not have a course planner, we took the liberty of preparing these notes for a private Golfing Society to which we both belong.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Hole by hole account submitted Fayaz Haji and Abbas Rahim

    Hole by hole account submitted Fayaz Haji and Abbas Rahim wrote on: Nov 30, 2000

    14. 'Duck Flight'. Par 4 - 392yds, Stroke Index 5. This is uphill and the wind is normally against you therefore it plays long. There is a lake on the right at approx. 250yds and OB behind the green.
    15. 'Bandits End'. Par 5 - 476yds, Stroke Index 3. This is a short Par 5 and the long hitters may think that they can be on the green in 2; think twice because this hole will punish those who do not respect it however watch for the wind because if it is behind you then it is possible. The tee shot needs to carry 150yds over the lake. Thick rough is on the left and right and a ditch runs across the fairway and if you taken your wheat-a-bix and feel that you can make it then look for the hungry greenside bunker which the local gravedigger was commissioned to dig.
    16.. 'Long Reach'. Par 5 - 571yds, Stroke Index 1. Standing on this tee and thinking that you are looking at 'qul-e-siraat' is not far from the truth because you have OB on the left and right with 50yds of fairway in the middle. On the right you have the sea all the way to the green. The tee shot need to be extremely accurate and in the middle. For those of you who can do that will be able to play the second shot freely because the fairway open up at 300yds. The path to the green is fairly obvious however please note that any shot to the right of the fairway and behind the green is thick grass.
    17. 'Wicor'. Par 3 - 198yds, Stroke Index 7. A straightforward Par 3. Two bunker to the right of the green and a lake behind it.
    18.'Swanlake'. Par 4 - 466yds, Stroke Index 15. A straightforward Par 4 with a lake at 280yds. Open fairway with only the greenside bunkers to worry about.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Richard Burree 6/00

    Richard Burree wrote on: May 31, 2000

    Designed by the voice of golf himself (Peter Aliss and his mate Mr Clark) , Cams Hall is best described as a very pleasant golf course that is kept in superb condition all year round (and there ain't many courses around here that can lay claim to that distinction , when the weather gets rough most of the local courses get flooded)
    Played of the whites it becomes nicely stretched and has good fairway definition with small grandstanding along all of the holes. When the wind gets up its a tough test of any handicap and at its best . The greens are superb and run true all year round , and although you could say space was limited when the course was built
    Mr Aliss has nipped and tucked the greens and bunkers with the best of them (well done sir) . Like i said its a very pleasant course and well worth a game if your in the neighbourhood , the condition will impress you . Its 27 holes 19-27 are long and more sheltered but a joy to play .