Isle of Purbeck

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Course Status

Purbeck: Course Closed due to Covid Lockdown restrictions until further notice.
Dene : Course Closed due to Covid Lockdown restrictions until further notice.

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Following the government's announcement on January 4th, both the golf courses and clubhouse facilities are now closed with immediate effect. Hopefully, we will be able to re-open soon. 
Our best wishes to you and your families for the year ahead. Please stay safe and well, and we look forward to seeing you again very soon.  


Due to the national lockdown, the bar and restaurant facilities will remain closed until further notice. 

Covid 19 Risk Assessment


Due to the national lockdown,the golf facilities will remain closed until further notice.

Play Safe - Stay Safe Guidelines


The Isle of Purbeck GC was founded in 1892, the coming of the railway meant hotels were being built and Summer visitors were increasing rapidly. Among its past owners were Dr Darrell-Waters, a consultant of distinction and his wife Enid Blyton, the legendary writer of children's books. At the time the club was called the Studland Bay Golf Club and the clubhouse was located on the left hand of the Swanage to Studland road. In 1965, after 14 years in charge, Darrell-Waters sold the club to Mr Randolph, who was about to retire from his positions as Chairman and Managing Director of the family firm, The Wilkinson Sword Company. It was Randolph who in 1966 restored the club to its original name "The Isle of Purbeck GC". This was also the year the new clubhouse, still in use today, was built. It features giant fossils in the walls and the connection with the Wilkinson Sword Company , is present throughout. Swords are played for annually by the members in the Randolph Trophy. 

When you play at the Isle of Purbeck, you'll enjoy a wonderfully traditional course set in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The first thing that strikes visitors is the spectacular views, looking out over Brownsea Island, Bournemouth and the Solent. Indeed, the fifth tee possesses one of the finest views in British golf. The late King Edward declared the view from this point as one of the finest in his kingdom and that opinion is not likely to be disputed by anyone who has had the chance to stand there. Each hole is located in its own unique setting, providing magnificent views and challenges. The 4 par 3's are unique in that they each face a different compass point. Consequently, each poses a different challenge based on wind direction. If you want to post a good score, be prepared for a game of strategy, brains over brawn!


We are part of the Dorset Heathland Golf Tour. If you are looking to play the Isle of Purbeck GC as part of a "Stay and Play" package, please click on the following logo:

Winter Warmers

Golf and Take Away Coffee
From 31st December to 31st January

Monday - Thursday £22

Friday - Sunday £27

1st February - 28th February
Monday - Thursday £25
Friday - Sunday £30

1st March - 31st March
Monday - Thursday £30
Friday - Sunday £35

Coronavirus Update

Following government guidelines updated on 4th January, both the golf and restaurant facilites are closed.

We will keep this page updated as the situation evolves. 

Winter Golf Pass

10 rounds of golf for only £200

Valid 7 days a week


1st November to 31st March

The pass can be shared with your friends and society members

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