Benfield Valley Golf Course is a public 9 hole golf course with breathtaking views, suitable for anyone of any age, novice or expert! Private one to one lessons with business owner and golfprofessional Simon Martin are available seven days a week at a very reasonable rate and will guarantee an improvement to your game! Group bookings are also available please contact us!
Roll Up Lessons are available between 11am & 12 noon on alternate Sundays throughout the year and sessions cover all aspects of the game. Founded in 1910, the Club was originally situated off the OldShoreham Road on the boundary between Hove and Portslade. However, in 1991, the construction of the 'Brighton by-pass' meant the Club had to relocate. It can now be found off the A27 trunk road at the Hangleton Interchange.
Brighton & Hove Golf Club, founded in 1887 and 128 years old this year, is the oldest golf club in Sussex and a Links-Downland gem. Known locally as the Friendly Club, we offer a warm welcome to bothvisitors and members. Our 9-hole course with 18 different tees offers an interesting and challenging golfing experience for players of all levels. Due to our location, high upon the Sussex Downs, we have exceptional drainage and the course only closes for snow.
The Dyke Golf Club (Par 72) course is situated only 4 miles from the centre of Brighton and is easily reached from the A23 and A27 main roads. The course is widely acknowledged as one of the finestdownland courses in the region, and, despite being at an altitude of 200 metres, has some of the characteristics of a links course, not least the fast greens and sea breezes. The course is bordered by National Trust downland and actively managed farmland providing a haven for birds and other wildlife.
Horton Golf Club, set beneath the rolling hills of the South Downs, is located approximately 20 minutes drive west of Brighton in the heart of West Sussex. Founded on the ideal of 'Artisan' membershipthe course has been designed and built by its members. A tactical blend of 'dog-leg's and hedges, strategically placed greens, wispy rough and wind make this a real challenge. Combine that with its natural beauty and you have all the course you'll ever need.
The club has a long and enviable history having hosted many professional tournaments and been graced by names such as Peter Alliss and Tony Jacklin. The 18-hole course nestles in the rolling hills ofthe South Downs National Park and provides sweeping panoramic views out over Worthing and the English Channel. As the course is built on the South Downs it is free draining, so you can play year round without the mud which plagues many other courses.
WORTHING GOLF CLUB, with its two 18 hole courses, occupies a commanding position on the slopes of the South Downs, both courses are now included in the new South Downs National Park. We are a PrivateMembers Club where visiting golfers and societies are made welcome to its two challenging courses and to the Club House facilities. We are always pleased to receive new Membership enquiries.
We offer the best method and technique for your success in golf. We have combined the latest technology with trained teaching to give you a genuine ‘swing for life'. Whatever your standard, beit beginner or Tour Pro, we will teach you how to understand and maintain your swing, ensuring you a consistent, repeatable movement.
Peacehaven Golf & Fitness features a truly great, fun downland golf course with breathtaking views across the Sussex Downs and clear to Newhaven and Seaford coast. Now over 100 years old, thiswell-conditioned golf course is suitable for all levels of golfers, from experienced players to relative newcomers. Peacehaven is primarily a 9-hole course, however it does have different tee positions on some holes to create a fabulous 18-hole experience.
You are assured of gorgeous scenery and top class golf when you play at Lewes. Built in 1896 atop chalk hills in the heart of Sussex, the elevated course winds it way through rolling south coastcountryside, with picturesque views of the South Downs and the historic town from which it gets its name. On a clear day it is possible to pick out landmarks in the Sussex Weald and as far as the North Downs.