Explore this course hole by hole using the Virtual G500 Golf GPS from Shotmiser: Old - Woosnam
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Dale Hill offers a variety of Corporate Golf and Society Day packages which can be tailor made to meet your specific requirements. Packages available.
Hill: D per round, E weekends
Stay and Play offers available.
Old Course: 1973
Ian Woosnam designed course: 1997
Just off the A21 turn at the Flimwell cross roads.
• Clubhouse open from mid-day to 11pm daily, features include a large TV showing all major golfing events and a pool table / Spike bar
• The "Eighteenth" is open 7am - 5pm daily. Clubhouse breakfast is available from 7am - 11am daily with the licensed bar available from 11am
• PGA professionals / The Pro shop can also help organise your golf day / Indoor Swing and Putting Studio / Young Player Development (Contact Mark Wood on 01580 201090 or call into the professional shop)
• Driving range details see underneath
indoor swimming pool, sauna, gymnasium
• Conference and banqueting suite
and mature woodland in some of England's most scenic countryside. The Old Course front nine lulls you into false sense of security
and back nine tests you to the utmost.
Buggies are mandatory.
The Ian Woosnam-designed championship standard course was constructed to USGA specifications.
Played the Woosnam at Dale Hill 14/08/09.
The greens were just recovering from some extensive work so their condition was expected.
The course is very good from a playing standpoint but is unfortunately let down by the other facilities where service was at best poor. Additionally the place looks generally tired and in need of some cosmetic refurbishment. This is very surprising bearing in mind the truely exceptional Chart Hills which is operated by the same people.
I will return for the golf and will hopefully find an alternative 19th hole! Steve Halls August 17, 2009
If views are what you're after you can't go wrong with playing Dale Hill. Two completely different 18 hole courses each requiring differing play to get a good score. The Woosnam course comes complete with buggy and is a great parkland layout with a couple of monsters holes, undulating fairways and a couple of par 3's to take your breath away. The old course requires more course management but with trickier greens and tighter fairways comes a chance of a higher score. Top marks for the club are the staff, welcome in the pro-shop is fantastic and the food in the bar is superb.
Add to all of this the Hotel and fantastic parking facilities I think once you've played it you would agree it is a gem of a club. Mike Southgate May 12, 2008
Played on 26 July in a bit of a gale. Very good course, with tricky contoured greens. Some fantastic views of the Downs.
I am not a fan of buggies for golf (it's the only exercise I get), but this is very hilly and perhaps sensible to use them.
I enjoyed the day and will play the course again. Windsor_lad July 30, 2007
Just returned from a golf weekend staying and playing
The courses are in very good condition, considering the time of
year and recent rains. Testing holes but plenty of reward if played right. Old
Course is very hilly, thankfully buggies are mandatory on the Woosnam Course.
Could do with some more trees as very exposed to winds in a lot of places, but
excellent overall. The only negative was the lack of atmosphere in the hotel and
bar, and the sauna is falling apart! Neil Stephens March 28, 2007
We played both courses in a weekend - both interesting in their own way but
the Woosnam main course is a beauty. The holes just keep getting better and better
and the ones from about 6 onwards are all among the most interesting you're ever
play. We played it in April when it was a bit wet but we're definitely going back
in the summer for another crack.
Hotel very comfortable as well and the restaurant
is excellent. Overall a very good venue for a weekend's golf. Andy Mackenzie
April 6, 2005