Royal Ashdown Forest - West Course
Plotted on protected land, though a short course and no bunkers this is a Championship Course in its own right, a course about accuracy and course management.
The Course was once the longest ladies' golf club in England and in 1932 the course was lengthened to 18 holes but an altogether tighter challenge with narrow tree-lined fairways and small, often elevated greens with some fiendish run offs.
There are some very fine golf holes to enjoy and none better than the par four 18th, which many members reckon to be the finest on either course.
2 x 18 Holes, Driving Range, Golf lessons with PGA Professionals, Par 68, Pro Shop, Putting Green, Restaurant, Short game practice area