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Halterworth Golf Club, Romsey, Hants. (1900 - WW1) 

Founded in 1900.

A nine-hole course laid out on high ground on gravel and loam. Romsey Station was 1 ½ miles away. Local hotel was the White Horse. 

In 1906 the secretary was E D Hargreaves, Harefield, Romsey, Hampshire. The amateur course record was held by the Reverend H L Porter with a score of 87. Visitors’ fees on introduction were 3 days free, then 1/- a day, 2/6 a week and 10/- a month. 

The advert below gives the exact location of the course, adjoining Halterworth Lodge.


Halterworth Golf Club, Romsey, Hants. The advert gives the exact location of the golf course.

From the Hampshire Chronicle Saturday 13th June 1908. Image © THE BRITISH LIBRARY BOARD. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.


In 1914 the secretary was Captain Suckling RN and the professional throughout was A Rolfe. The club had a membership of 50. There was no entry fee. Subs for gents were £1 and ladies 10/-. Sunday play was not allowed. 

Halterworth Golf Club disappeared after WW1. 

The Google Map below pinpoints Halterworth Lodge.