The Ageas Bowl's brand new Boundary Lakes Golf Course welcomed members, guests and local press and media as the venue marked the course opening to the public for the first time on Monday.
The parkland par 69 course, set against the iconic background of Hampshire Cricket’s home, and complete with USGA standard greens and eye-catching feature lakes, launched this week with the course’s construction now complete.
Former England and Hampshire cricketer, Tim Tremlett, has been named as first club captain and struck the opening tee shot at Monday’s opening, before members then took to the course for the first time.
The Ageas Bowl Chief Executive, David Mann said:
“It was a really exciting day for us and a landmark moment for the venue. A key focus of our strategy here is the layering of different business units around the cricket side of the business and now the golf course is finished and the hotel has matured, we’re beginning to see the benefits.”
The new addition arrives at one of the South’s most exciting venues – one which already comprises a stunning 171-bedroom Hilton hotel, a Sir Ian Botham-inspired BEEFY’S brasserie restaurant, Lakeview Sports Bar and luxurious eforea spa.
Off course facilities including Boundary Lakes’ brand new clubhouse and American Golf store are all housed within the luxury Hilton at the Ageas Bowl.
Earlier this year, Boundary Lakes experienced phenomenal demand for both five and seven day membership packages, with a ballot required to select successful applicants and despite membership being full it’s not too late to join a waiting list, whilst pay and play green fees at the course begin from just £20.
For more information about the Ageas Bowl’s Boundary Lakes Golf Course, to join the membership waiting list or to book a round, please visit: www.boundary-lakes.com.
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