Sporting Attractions

There are a number of popular golf courses within reach of Winchester and Tudor House.

  • The Royal Winchester Golf Club is a Private Members Club with over 700 members, established in 1888. They offer year round golf on a superb natural downland course with an excellent clubhouse offering something for everyone. The course is presented to a high standard for both members and visitors to enjoy and is open most days of the year.
  • Hockley Golf Club is a James Braid designed course set on 250 acres of historical chalk downland overlooking Winchester the ancient capital of Wessex. They have a well-stocked professional shop and like to remind visitors the course is a particular delight to play in the winter months. Their private members club was established in 1914.
  • South Winchester Golf Club was designed by Dave Thomas and Peter Alliss. The 18 hole, 7,086-yard, par 72 course provides a stern but fair test for golfers at all levels.  The course is set around six lakes in an inland links style through undulating landscape. South Winchester is a proprietary club which opened in 1993, and welcomes our members, their guests and visitors.
  • Corhampton Golf Club - Founded in 1891 and situated 10 miles south of Winchester in southern Hampshire, Corhampton Golf Club is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, enjoying stunning views across hills, valleys and woodlands. The course plays 6378 yards off white tees, 6082 off yellows and 5788 off reds. A combination of natural contours, mature woodland and artfully placed bunkers provides a test for low and higher handicappers alike.

There are a number of popular polo clubs nearby.

  • Cowdray Park Polo Club at Midhurst, which has a long and illustrious history, Cowdray Park is recognised as the Home of British Polo. Viscount Cowdray's 16,000 acre estate is situated in the South Downs National Park of West Sussex and the game of polo has been played on the estate for 100 years.

If you love the roar of the crowd at a football or cricket game.

  • The Ageas Bowl (formally known as The Rose Bowl) in Southampton has been named The Ageas Bowl from 2012 and is Hampshire's home county cricket ground.
  • St Mary's Stadium is home to Southampton FC, seating 32,689, it's the biggest stadium in the south of England outside London.

Spend the day fishing on the banks of the Rivers Test and Itchen. 

If you are in Hampshire for fishing, Tudor House is a great place to stay with easy access to Rivers Test or Itchen.

If you like to visit the Races, Tudor House is within reach of many of the country's key courses.

  • Salisbury
  • Goodwood
  • Newbury
  • Epsom
  • Ascot