This superb 9 hole downland-links course with 18 tees offers all golfers and visitors a warm welcome. Here you are treated to a great test of golf and magnificent views over the South Downs National Park, the sea and the City of Brighton and Hove. The chalky soil and the maturity of the greens and fairways, continually worked and developed by our wonderful team of greenkeepers, ensure that the course always plays beautifully, whatever the time of year.
Come and see for yourself why golfers have been coming here for 130 years.
Brighton & Hove Golf Course: Course open All tee times must be pre-booked. Green fee visitors can play from 12pm every day subject to availability; please call 01273 556482 or email email@example.com to make a booking.
Brighton & Hove Golf Club is a great place to be a member. It is easy to meet people to play golf with and for those of you who enjoy competitive golf there are a number of competitions each week, most of them open to both men and women, with the Ladies’, Seniors’ and Saturday morning Untouchables’ society also running their own series of competitions.
Nine holes and 18 tees: you’re guaranteed a different experience on the front and back 9s. Men play from the white tees on the front 9 and black tees on the back 9, while women play from the reds on the front and blues on the back.
The first five holes follow the top of Round Hill with beautiful views over the surrounding South Downs National Park, down to the sea and the city of Brighton and Hove. No matter whether Lady Luck has handed you a sunny, grey or blustery day, it’s an amazing place to spend some quality time hitting the little white ball.
Founded in 1887, Brighton & Hove is known for its excellent greens and superb condition all year round. This Links-Downland course is open for play even through extreme winters, thanks to the naturally draining chalk soil of the South Downs.
You will love the great views from the course and clubhouse: the city of Brighton and Hove, the sea, the South Downs National Park and even the Isle of Wight on a clear day.
Come along and see for yourself why golfers have been drawn here for over 130 years. You are guaranteed a warm welcome.