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Southwick Park Golf Club

Address Southwick Park Golf Club, Pinsley Drive, Southwick,
PO17 6EL
Telephone Manager: 023 92380131 (Select Option 1)
Professional/Bookings: 023 92380131 (Select Option 3)
Catering/Bar Manager: 023 92380131 (Select Option 3)
Website www.southwickparkgolfclub.co.uk
Email Manager
s.searle@southwickparkgolfclub.co.uk Contact Form
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Holes 18
Yardage 5884
SSS 69
Visitors Warm welcome. Must contact in advance. Green fee rates are based on groups ranging from single golfers through to groups of 11.
Green fee discounts available here with My Golf Pass. You'll receive your e-pass by email and you can even play the same day!
Societies Telephone in advance. Wide selection of Golf Packages and Menus on offer for groups totalling 12 or above.
Green Fees
D
Service Personnel reduced rate.
Twilight rate available
Course Designer Lawrie - 1977
Location 0.5m SE off B2177
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Facilities  Corporate Hospitality days available
Teaching Academy / Practice ground
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Don't be fooled by the yardage for Southwick Park!
There is enough here to really test your game and some great holes, in particular the 1st, 4th, 11th and the last 3 are a real challenge. It weaves it way around Southwick Park lake and you play over streams regularly throughout your round. As mentioned before, the 4th is a great test. The welcome in the clubhouse is always warm and the food is tasty and competitively priced. I have played this course regularly over the past 10 years and its condition & presentation continue to improve dramatically, especially from spring through to late autumn; the greens are good and difficult to read. All in all, a friendly, amiable golf club.
Steve Searle October 25, 2006

I played this course for the 1st time in January 2007. NIce course to play for the cost but found that the fairways were poorly maintained and the greens were like the fairways should be.
Interesting course though and worth visiting. Friendly staff at the shop service with a smile and advise if asked. Edd even removed my old studs and replaced them with the new ones I had just purchased. Nice guy.
Steve Armstrong February 1, 2007

In reply to previous review, unfortunately we were unable to cut the fairways at this time due to the sustained period of rain. Glad you found the staff friendly, please visit us again now and you will see a significant difference in the maintenance of the course.
Neil Palmer March 30, 2007

Thank you for providing us with the opportunity to reply and getting in touch so promptly. I am Chairman of the Greens for 2007. With regards to my earlier comments: We had the decision made for us (continuous rain) in the early part of the year and could not cut the fairways until they had drained properly, it took about 7 days, otherwise we would have severely damaged them. We are situated in a pretty valley and surrounded by farmers fields so you could imagine after all the rain we had in the early part of the year this was the only option open to us. We have just significantly invested in new equipment and were very frustrated at the delay in being able to put it to good use, however now it is showing signs of really improving. With our true rollers the greens are the fastest they have ever been and the fairways are lush, although cut to the correct length. I was sorry to hear your reader had a disappointing visit, but wanted to address the comments. We are very proud of our course and wish for all of our visitors to have an enjoyable time.
Neil Palmer March 31, 2007
(Chairman of the Greens for 2007)

Having played this course during a break in this year's monsoons, I must say what a pleasure it was to find the course in excellent condition.
A friendly welcome in the pro shop and a course that had true, well maintained greens. This made for good fair test of golf. The course is not the longest but has many hazards including the river Wallington, a lake which the course follows around and well placed bunkering.
All combined making this an enjoyable challenge for all handicaps.
Ian Thomas July 17, 2007






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