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Peacehaven Golf Club

Address Peacehaven Golf Club, Brighton Road, Newhaven, BN9 9UH
Telephone 01273 514049 / 512602 (Pro)
Secretary 01273 512571
Website www.peacehavengc.com
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Holes 9 hole downland golf course
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Yardage 5488
SSS 67
Visitors May not play before 11am at weekends
Societies Telephone in advance
Green Fees
18 holes B
Course Designer James Braid - 1895
Location 8m E of Brighton. 0.75m W on A259 (coast road)
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Facilities Function room / Fitness
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I am 15 years old and a beginner at Peacehaven golf course. I think it is a good course to start out on because it has 9 holes and then you can go round again to play the whole 18 holes. There are sand bunkers and ponds which makes it tricky. There are also many trees that you have to play round and tough tee-off points were you cannot see the hole you are playing to. Overall I think this is a good course and very good for juniors.
James Golbey (Pre 2013)




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