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Liphook Golf Club

Tee Times

The Club does not allow pre-booking of tee times for members or visitors. Matches and societies have pre-arranged start times and visitors can check on these by calling 01428 723271.

We provide a chart showing when the tees are most likely to be heavily occupied by members playing in groups: RUSH HOUR 

Matches may start as follows:

Summer Start Times (1st March - 31st October)

1st Tee 10th Tee
0800-0930 2 Balls / Foursomes 0800-0915* 3/4 Balls
0930-1200 Any Format 
1200-1330 2 Balls/Foursomes
1330 onwards Any Format


Winter Start Times (1st November - 28th February)

1st Tee 10th Tee
0800-0930 2 Balls/Foursomes (0800-1000 on Sundays) 0800-0915* 3/4 Balls
0930-1130 Any Format (1000-1130 on Sundays)
1130-1230 2 Balls/Foursomes
1230 onwards Any Format


*0800-0930 on Sundays if no Bohunt Competition
  0800-0900 if there is a Bohunt Competition
  0800-0900 for Monday and Summer Wednesday roll-ups

A match starting before 0800 Monday to Friday has no standing.

Matches starting at the 10th are entitled to alternate at the 1st within the permitted times.

PLEASE NOTE : Annual maintenance on the greens starts on 3rd August and visitors are recommended to wait until late August.


On Sundays:

a. Bohunt Manor Golf Club members have absolute priority at the 1st until 0900 on their competition and match days.

b. 3 and 4 ball matches having started at the 10th have priority at the 1st between 1000 and 1100. From 1st March 2020 golfers playing from the 10th Tee will no longer have priorty when they reach the 1st Tee. They will alternate with those starting from the 1st Tee.

On competition days:

When a Starting Sheet is in operation, no match may start from the 10th . Three and four-ball matches may only start from the 1st after 1430 or after the last start in the competition, whichever is the later.

Precedence of matches:

Players are reminded of Section I of the Rules of Golf, especially: 

“Priority on the course is determined by a group’s pace of play. Any group playing a whole round is entitled to pass a group playing a shorter round. It is a group’s responsibility to keep up with the group in front. If it loses a clear hole and it is delaying the group behind, it should invite the group behind to play through, irrespective of the number of players in that group”.





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