Celebrating 40 Years and now at the Top of their Game The Dorset Golf Resort has recently been acknowledged by many independent bodies as a Top 100 Golf Resort for the very first time in its history.

The combination of 5 Star Log Homes & Cottages with private sauna’s, a Top 150 Championship Golf Course (27 Holes) and a superb locally sourced menu is clearly a winning one as the Resort boast a 65% repeat booking rate.

With lots to do locally including wine tasting and tours, clay shooting and other fantastic attractions within 10 minutes there’s no why wonder golfers are flocking to The Dorset Golf Resort for more than just a Golf Holiday.

Don’t be fooled, for the serious golfer the quality is undeniable with the Lakeland, Parkland and Woodland Courses designed by Martin Hawtree. Hawtree received international acclaim for his excellent work in re-designing The British Open courses and more recently the design of the 5 Star Trump International Links in Aberdeen for Donald Trump. He is certainly rated as one of the best designers in the world today, so in design terms the courses at The Dorset Golf Resort have a pedigree that is undeniable.

With four sets of tees the course can be set up to play at multiple levels of difficulty. Having hosted many championship events, Justin Rose even held the course record briefly shooting a Gross 69 from the back tees which he shot playing in a Tour event.

There are certainly Resorts you would always look forward to staying at and considered ‘one of the best’ in England; The Dorset Golf Resort is now rightly rated as one of them!

www.dorsetgolfresort.com     t: 01929 472244






Dannyal Spalding

Daanyal ready for a big year

MG are pleased to introduce a new young professional to our ranks. We met up with him at Four Ashes Golf Centre near Solihull earlier this month, Mandy chatted to him while we watched him take a few swings, take a look below.

Gaudet Luce Golf Club

Gaudet Luce – Major host

This is a modern golf and leisure complex that doesn’t like to sit still and the steady growth in popularity of the club since its opening in 1995 has enabled the family ownership to put investment back into the course and facilities.