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East Brighton Golf Club

  • East Brighton Golf Club is set within the lush Sussex downland and is a brilliantly maintained course which can be played all year round. This course can be considered to be a firm but fair challenge to golfers of all abilities and boasts beautiful surroundings and an interesting layout of holes.

    The course at East Brighton Golf Club was designed by James Braid over 100 years ago and in order to score well on the course you must be hitting accurately as the wind often comes into play due to the course’s hillside position. The course is not an overly long course at 6,426 yards and there are a fair few very short holes but equally as many par-5s which makes it a varied and interesting round of golf. With a challenging layout with some strategically placed bunkers and fast fairways which can be made even more challenging by the wind, this is a brilliant course with some stunning views out to sea on most of the holes and of the surrounding Sussex countryside. Halfway through the round, you can enjoy a snack and a beverage at the Halfway Hut which is a very enjoyable experience, especially if the wind is up and you need a few minutes of shelter!




    18 Holes, Buggy Hire, Buggy hire with GPS, Driving Range, Golf lessons with PGA Professionals, Par 72, Pro Shop, Putting Green, Short game practice area, Trolley Hire

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    Regardless of which time of year you choose to play a round at East Brighton Golf Club, you will be greeted with a warm welcome from the staff and in the impressive clubhouse as well as a course which is always in prime condition. 

    The first four holes of the course are uphill before the course drops sharply at the 5th before you embark on several further steep and not-so-steep climbs before reaching the brilliant Halfway Hut. There are some very impressive holes along the course including the 10th hole which is a nice par 3 which is played over a gully which is formed by the 9th fairway and the 18th is a brilliant downhill par 5 where if you place your tee shot correctly then you can be set up well to play a downhill approach and score under par. 
    The clubhouse at East Brighton Golf Club is very impressive, it was built in 1905 and most of the structure remains the same as when it was first built. The historic building has been improved over the years and now you can relax in the lovely Oak Lounge and enjoy a few drinks after or during your round.


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