Designed by Former Ryder Cup player and legendary golf commentator Peter Alliss, the course was officially opened in 1993.
There are no steep hills to climb and the walks from tee to green are nice and easy. The views are wonderful especially when playing the final six holes and there is an abundance of wildlife to look out for.
A complete ecology review was undertaken and the course management plan incorporates the findings so as to produce a course that not only provides a marvellous environment in which to play golf but enhances the land for much of the local flora and fauna.
Built on chalk downland, the course is amazingly free draining. Trolleys are never banned and no use of winter tees or greens make Dummer an all year round course.
Four lakes and Hampshire’s largest bunker add to the interest and challenge.