Course Guide

Originally constructed in 1907 by the famous course designer JH Taylor, our course has stood the test of time with a revised layout being introduced in 1970 once the Downs - 'moved up top' to our present Clubhouse location. We aim to ensure the course remains as natural as possible, complementing the surrounding South Downs National Park.

Our course offers a unique challenge as a traditional downland course, playing like a links course, whether beginner or master the course offers the right challenge - All year round. We have hosted the Amateur Open, and recently the EGU National Amateur Championship. What better place to learn the game and develop your skills.

Despite the downland the course has been designed as an easy walk, set out over two levels and a great loop. With the remote 6th and 7th our personal favourites with the 7th being the courses signature hole. A lengthy par 5 with trouble left and right, placement and course management is the key testing even the longer hitters.


1 Distant Views
Par 4
2 South Down Way
Par 5
3 The Peak
Par 4
4 Firs
Par 4
5 The Trap
Par 4
6 Crundens Valley
Par 4
7 Ringwood Farm
Par 5
8 Tolley's Pitch
Par 3
9 Gilbert's Seat
Par 4
10 Dew Pond
Par 5
11 Over The Brow
Par 4
12 Marshalls Dare
Par 3
13 The Warren
Par 4
14 Deception
Par 3
15 Gorse
Par 4
16 High Point View
Par 4
17 Woollers Reach
Par 4
18 Windy Ridge
Par 4

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