Ladies Golf - Facts & Figures
Ladies Golf

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The Course

Our course is relatively flat but this doesn't mean it is uninteresting. There are numerous tree, water hazards and bunkers to challenge golfers. There is always wildlife to spy on the course, buzzards, sparrow hawks, deer, woodpeckers, pheasants and of course the cheeky squirrels and crows who have learnt to open golf bags!

Yardage from the Red Tees - 5561 - Par 72

Par 5 holes = 4
Par 4 holes = 10
Par 3 holes = 4

The longest hole is the 9th (495 yards), a slight dog leg that has the out of bounds, river Rife on its left. This hole has great views over the South Downs towards Goodwood.

The shortest hole is the 5th (111 yards. Golfers need to negotiate a straight tee shot between the pine trees on the left and the large tree on the right.


We are fortunate to have a 'pit stop', which is situated between the 7th tee and the 8th green. However this is also accessible from the 14th green. Here there is a toilet and a drinking water fountain. There is also a small kiosk where snacks and drinks can be obtained.

Free wifi is available in the Clubhouse so you can keep in touch, surf the web and share your golfing highs and lows on our Facebook page.

The Changing Room

Upstairs in the Clubhouse the Ladies Changing Room is a large airy room with ample lockers, hanging space and vanity mirrors. There is a shower and foot bath as well as toilets and hand basins. There are free lockers available for visiting ladies.

In our quiet sitting area you can borrow a book or jigsaw puzzle from our lending library.

Pro Shop

Our Pro Shop contains a good selection of golfing equipment, clothes and shoes for lady golfers, as well as indoor teaching facilities.