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Sussex’ 5 Best Golf Courses

5 Best Golf Courses in Sussex

Taking up the entire bottom right corner of England, the districts of East and West Sussex have some excellent golfing experience.

Here are the five best golf courses you need to try with your Sussex escorts.

West Sussex

Commander G. W. Hillyard originally discovered the site in 1930, and later, Sir Guy Campbell and Major C. K. Hutchinson designed an aesthetically pleasing golf course in southern England.

There’s only one par 5, so even though the page may look pretty mundane, you have to remember that you’re only playing at 68.

Many fine holes are almost impossible to pin down, but the contrasting back in the 5s and 6s is easy to remember for various reasons – the first because it looks like this in multiple parts of the heather lastly. After all, you can stand on the tee for a few days and struggle to see any way to get to the green’s 226 yards.

Rye (Old)

Notoriously tricky to secure a tee-time, Rye is one of Sussex’s few courses offering a links golf experience. Founded in 1894, Harry Colt designed the course and, although it was badly damaged during World War II, Rye continued to raise the ranks of the courses in the country.

Colt was the club’s first captain, and this was his first design, one that would change his career from being a lawyer to being a golf course architect.

It has lots of trademark bunkers and lots of blind shots to play on the beach.

Royal Ashdown Forest (Old)

Originally named Royal Ashdon and Tunbridge Wells Golf Club, Royal Ashdon Forest was founded in 1888. Although it is unclear who designed it, it is possible that its founder, Archdeacon Scott, was involved. ۔

Initially measured at only 4,900 yards, it has been extended, and another important feature is that the entire route remains natural. The bunkers are pits of grass, and it is the undulations and trees that act as the course’s primary defenses.

Its most famous hole in the short 3 to 3 cross; otherwise, it is called the ‘island hole.’ Measuring only 125 yards, it was sheltered from alleys and deep currents. 

Haywards Heath

In this bustling passenger city, the Parkland layout expanded from 18 holes to 18 holes, just two years after its inauguration, under the direction of James Braid.

The 1st is a modest par-4 to ease you in, and a few holes later come the tempting short 5th, where many will be eyeing up the green.

The lengths around the turns are challenging; perhaps the most tested mercury is the 4th to the 11th, although the 6th can push it closer to blind drive and often with a blind or semi-blind approach.

Goodwood (Downs)

With Tom Mackenzie’s recent renovations, James Braid’s original patterns changed now and then, especially at bunkering.

The course now starts with a long testing par-3 in a valley close to The Kennels clubhouse, then demands a real leap of faith as you fire your blind approach away on the 2nd over an escarpment.

After a few more holes in the valley, you finally descend after the 6th, where the holes are noticeably more open. Down and Up Par-5 11th and Delightful Par 3 12th are the visual stars here.

Worthing (lower)

The Lower Course at Worthing, like the Upper, was designed by Harry Colt after the First World War. The club decided they wanted to develop a second 18-hole course, and Colt used creative design and simplicity to redesign the entire area. The result is two courses that are rigorous but at the bottom is a thorough exam.

The 4-second long cross will stay on your mind, slowly sinking under the tee before turning left and deep into the green.

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