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Seaford Head Golf Club

Address Seaford Head Golf Club, Southdown Road, Seaford,
BN25 4JS
Telephone Club Secretary - 01323 894843
Pro/Tee times - 01323 890139
Email Office email
Holes Undulating, downland, municipal 18-hole course with magnificent views of the sea and the South Downs
Yardage 5812
SSS 68
Visitors Unrestricted, pay and play, everyone welcome
Offers available at this course Greenfree 2 for 1 Golf Voucher Scheme
Societies Seaford Head Golf Course can cater for "all your specific society day requirements". Packages.
Green Fees
C / D weekends
Course Designer Est 1887
Location 8m W of Eastbourne. 0.75m S of A259
Facilities • The club house offers a variety of food and drinks and there are events organised throughout the year for Members and Non Members alike.
• Catering requirements - 01323 894843
• Golf Academy
• Custom Fitting
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Just had another wonderful day at this course. It's not the most difficult course in the area but the warm northerly wind makes you think about your shots a bit more than you would on an inland course. Heart Attack hill (the 104yd 12th) is amazing and there can't be many courses in the country with the view that you get from the 18th tee. 300yds up on top of a cliff and the green at sea level. Good beer and food with a smile afterwards made for a very pleasant day.
Colin Stirling Jones (Pre 2013)

This is the best value greenfee in Sussex. Catch it right and you could be playing somewhere that costs three times as much. Very enjoyable, short but not easy. If you want to get a low round you have to play intelligently. Plenty of trouble is to be found esp. overclubbing approach shots. 1st, 4th, 5th, 6th, 10th (hilarious)! 11th, 15th, 16th, 18th holes wonderful. 5th hole one of the best par 5s anywhere- tends to play either eagle, birdie or 8! You have to think strategically and hit straight. You WILL get a few high numbers, as well as birdies and eagles. There are a lot of dog walkers and hackers everywhere. Play in the rain, play midweek- avoid holidays, weekends and sunny days. Believe me. We had a lot of balls hit towards and over our heads when we played on a sunday- tends to put you off your game a bit when your health & safety is at risk.
Tom Bermingham (Pre 2013)

Links style course on top of the cliffs that gives very nice views over the Seven Sisters and the Sussex coastline. No restrictions on visitors which is nice to see, almost always a breeze of some sort offers the biggest challenge to the otherwise quite straightforward course. The 18th offers the opportunities of John Daly length drives as it's a steep drop down, (and if the wind is helping of course!).
T Willcox (Pre 2013)

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