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The Dyke Golf Club

The Dyke Golf Club,Brighton,East Sussex,England
Address Dyke Golf Club, Devil's Dyke, Dyke Road, Brighton, BN1 8YJ
Telephone Office: 01273 857296
Pro Shop/Tee Reservations: 01273 857260
Website Click here
Email enquiries@dykegolfclub.co.uk
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Holes 18-hole course with excellent drainage throughout the year
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Yardage 6605
Par 72
Visitors Casual visitors are always welcome and can usually be accommodated on the course, subject to competitions and other tee reservations.
Offers available at this course Golf breaks at Dyke GC
Societies Societies are very welcome except on Tuesdays and weekends and the Club is able to organise 'tailor made' Corporate golf days. Call the Pro shop in advance.
Green Fees
E per round weekdays / E per round weekends.
Twilight & special 4 ball rate rates may be available.
Course Designer Fred Hawtree
One of the oldest courses in the area, having been founded in 1906.
Location Situated only 4 miles from the centre of Brighton, easily reached from the A23 and A27 and all major routes to Brighton and 4 miles from the mainline railway station.
NB - The BN1 8YJ postcode does not take you to the club.
If travelling from the A23/27 Junction, you will need to travel Ĺ mile further, following the road round a sharp right hand bend (not straight ahead to Devilís Dyke beauty spot). The Clubhouse and course will be on your right hand side, car park on the left hand side.
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Facilities
• Clubhouse with restaurant that affords visitors good food and views of the course and the city and coast beyond.
• Corporate hospitality days available
• 2 Qualified PGA Professionals available for Tuition, Custom fitting appointments and any golf equipment advice
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Course Description "The course is some 650 feet above sea level and provides spectacular views over the South Downs to the City of Brighton & Hove to the south and east, and further afield to the cliffs of Newhaven and Seaford. To the south and west there are views of Shoreham and Worthing and a clear day brings the Isle of Wight and the Solent into view"...
"Among the attractive points of the layout of the course is the contrast between the long hard-hitting holes on the western side of the ridge and the holes of a more adventurous type on the eastern side."
Exc. from Dyke GC's own website
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Reviews

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A delightful and well maintained golf course which gave a 5--18 handicap 4 ball plenty to think about.
Where can you get an English Breakfast, lunch and a drink,served by friendly staff, all for a tenner. Thats value. We shall return!
John Souter

This is a fantastic, easily accessible golf course for the high to low handicaps. It offers a tremendous range of unique holes ranging from true American style 'target golf' to the more traditional British Links. The prices are affordable and reasonable and a quick and silent electric buggy can be hired for a small fee. The friendly staff and comfortble club house and pro shop make for a great meal or a drink after a round. A course that must be played if you're looking for a challenge along with a fantastic view across the British South-East coast.
Sam Behar-Spicer






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