Lee-on-the-Solent Golf Club
Brune Lane,
Lee-on-the-Solent, Hampshire P013 9PB
Tel : +44 (0)2392 551170 Fax : +44 (0)2392 554233

Lee is a parkland/heathland course bisected by two country roads. The new clubhouse has full changing and showering facilities, well stocked pro shop 2 bars and an al a carte restaurant.

4 miles south of Fareham on the B3385.( M27 Junction 11)

Further Information
Bar telephone number: +44 (0)2392 550207.
Email:- leegolfclub@yahoo.com
For more information on Lee-on-the-Solent Golf Club see www.le egolfclub.plus.com

Course Details

Course Name: Lee On The Solent Holes: 18 Yardage: 5933 SSS: 69
18 Holes. Not long by Championship standards (5933 from the White Tees) but difficult enough to provide a test for all levels with a Par of 69 and a SSS 69. Modern contoured fairways to make you pay for the attacking line, well placed hazards and punishing rough must be negotiated before you find your way to the best greens in Hampshire.

For a further appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.

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  • Europe Golf courses reviews Alan Cross 05/02

    Alan Cross wrote on: Apr 30, 2002

    A great course for most standards. The course is particularly handy if you are staying on site at the superb campsite whose facilities are second to none. Looking forward to going back this July, missed it last year, stupidly went to America, wished I hadn't, try it you'll love it.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Alex Rose 7/01

    Alex Rose wrote on: Jun 30, 2001

    I first played Lee on Solent golf course when I was twelve years old, I'm now thirty eight. As a young boy I was impressed with the friendliness of the pro, a Mr John Richardson, still there to this day. We all know who his famous son is. The course was amazing to play on, the greens were immaculate, the fairways had a spring to them that gave you confidence to hit the ball off and the layout of the course; through the trees in the middle of a quiet, idilic setting made it a magical place to play. I still play there from time to time and find the course a pleasure to negotiate.


      • RE: Europe Golf courses reviews Alex Rose 7/01

        Ian Johnston wrote on: Nov 18, 2012

        What an interesting comment. I played at the club from 12 to around 17 years old when I left home to study in Manchester. I am almost 58 now and so this was a time when the clubhouse was located a short way from the current building with a corrugated iron type roof. John Richardson was effortlessly helpful with the Juniors and gave me my first cut down clubs before I bought a set from him which I paid for over about 14 months. I used to caddy for Alex Scott (a 4 handicap golfer at Lee) who himself caddied for John when he entered The Open at St Andrews one year around 1972 and, from memory, fired a 65 to tie with Jack Nicklaus - I think on the opening day.
        I have since played a great number of courses but, for all the views people may have on Lee-On-Solent (good or bad), it still has my fondest memories as a warm and inviting place. It most certainly was a great course to play.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Aby Smith Hdcp 5 09/00

    Aby Smith Hdcp 5 wrote on: Aug 31, 2000

    On general the course is not bad, however what I find so good about Lee is the bar, the pro shop and the practice facilities. The shop has all the latest equipment including Callaway, Titleist and Maxfli. Lessons are available of PGA Professional Warren Skelton and a very good rate per half-hour. I myself have lessons of Warren and he has helped me tremendously over the past two years helping me become a five handicap. Any junior members receive golf lessons FREE!
    So! Take advantage of this generous offer. If you just want to start practising then you can use the practice ground; the cost is only ONE POUND. Why not come out for a round some time and use the facilities available, and make sure you book some lessons with Warren in this winter, who knows it could be just what your game needs.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Aby Smith 09/00

    Aby Smith wrote on: Aug 31, 2000

    I find Lee on Solent a very poor course throughout the winter. The greens are very hard to put on because they are bumpy and stony. The fairways are usually very good and the rough is always an interesting challenge. The course has slowly ruined my handicap going from 4.5 upto 5.7. If I were a member at Augusta or Sawgrass I would definitely be of a +5 handicap by now and would soon be competing against Mr Woods. Members are nice though and you can have a good laugh. Worth a round in the summer.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews c/o Alan Mitchinson 08/99

    c/o Alan Mitchinson wrote on: Jul 31, 1999

    Well what can I say about lee golf course. As a member on around five years I have learned to stay out the rough. However, being as long as I am off the tee normally gets me on the green with a put for eagle.
    Jamie Howlett 6/8/99.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Beverley Llewelyn 08/99

    Beverley Llewelyn wrote on: Jul 31, 1999

    Lee-0n-The-Solent golf club is an interesting course to play at. A lot of skill is needed to avoid the deep rough and all 53 bunkers. It is a very pleasant course with some challenging holes.
    I have done my work experience at the golf course, working with the greenkeepers which I have found to be a pleasant experience. I have also now seen the immense amount of hard work that has been put into the course to keep it running as smoothly as it does, yet I feel the men behind the scenes {The Greenkeepers} are not as appreciated as they should be. There is so much hard work put in the early hours of the morning by the staff yet their work is just taken for granted. I feel the greenkeepers of any golf course should be appreciated by any golfer of any age.
    Although I am not a member, I highly recommend this golf course for its quality and also to take advantage of the hard work put in!


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Mike Jones 06/99

    Mike Jones wrote on: May 31, 1999

    Although a short course in terms of yardage, Lee on Solent presents an extremely challenging round of golf. Don't be fooled by the relatively easy start on the front nine. If the wind is blowing, the back nine will utterly ruin what may seem like a brilliant card.
    The course is arguably in the condition of many tour venues (especially the greens). However the greenkeepers insistence on producing a testing 18 holes means finding the rough usually costs more than one stroke.
    The hospitality at the clubhouse is second to none, with an excellent, affordable menu. There is also the opportunity to have a drink in the sun on the balcony (English weather permitting).
    Handicap 12 (hopefully 10 by the end of the summer)


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