Hankley Common Golf Club
In many ways, Hankley is reminiscent of Walton Heath, which is high praise indeed. The common at Tilford has the same ferocious heather and the same wide-open and windswept appearance as that of the heath at Walton on the Hill. If there was ever a place where seaside links golf meets inland heathery golf, its here at Hankley Common. Many people believe that Hankley Common became a truly great course in 1936, after Harry Colt remodelled it. There is an overwhelming feeling of spaciousness on this heathland course, so much so that it seems plausible that a second or third course could be intertwined between the existing 18 holes. Don’t let this feeling of space lull you into a false sense of security though; this is not the place to open your shoulders and let rip. Anything slightly off-line will be swallowed up by bunkers, or even worse, by the thick tangled heather. Hankley Common now measures an impressive 6,702 yards from the tips.
Hankley Common (par-71)
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