Gordon Brand Jnr. and David Gilford won the European Opens here in 1993 and 1994 respectively. It will come as no surprise to hear that East Sussex National’s East course is a big tournament layout.
Founded in 1889, Littlehampton Golf Club is the oldest club in West Sussex and the only true links course in the west of the county. The English Channel and harbourside location combine to make an ideal seaside links.
Fickle sea breezes and a clever Herbert Fowler design combine to make Cooden Beach Golf Club a thoroughly engaging experience. Prepare for a fun golfing challenge and a perhaps a birdie or two.
Located to the south of Royal Tunbridge Wells, the handsome course of Nevill Golf Club dates back to 1914 and is parkland in nature with a sprinkle of heathland.
The Colt-designed Lower course is the most exacting of the two downland courses at the centurion Worthing Golf Club. Laid out in a sheltered and picturesque valley, the Lower holes, prior to the turn, are from the top drawer.
Copthorne Golf Club was founded in 1892 but the course in play today is a meld of old and new. Heathland in style, this is one of Sussex’s unsung venues and host to important county and regional championships.
Originally designed in 1906 by Sunningdale's professional Jack White, the course at Cowdray Park is set in a massive 16,500-acre estate. Tom Simpson modified the layout several times between 1913 and the 1930s.
Draped over a rural landscape of streams, lakes and forest, the fairways at Sweetwoods Park Golf Club lie in the shadow of the old church spire in the village of Cowden.
The Dyke Golf Club was formed in 1906, but the layout was destroyed by practicing tanks and was rebuilt after the war by Fred G. Hawtree and his son Fred W. Frank Pennink described it as “undoubtedly the best of the courses in the Brighton orbit”.
Dale Hill Golf Club is where you'll find the course that Woosie built with a little help from European Golf Design. It's his inaugural architectural ensemble and it's perfectly in tune and finely balanced.