We have excellent golf courses all over 1066 Country and many are open to the public all year round. Here you can have a relaxing round whatever your level of golfing ability. You only need a bag full of clubs to conquer the golf courses of 1066 Country!
Just a few miles from the historic town of Battle in 1066 country, you will find Sedlescombe Golf Club
The parkland golf course measures 6269 yards and with a variety of obstacles including ponds and deep fairway bunkers, provides an enjoyable challenge to golfers of all abilities. Sedlescombe also features a par 3 course, which far from being a simple pitch and putt, maintains the difficulty of the main course with holes measuring up to 176 yards from tee to green.
Sedlescombe is also proud to be home to the James Andrews School of Golf, the UK’s leading residential golf school as voted by Today’s Golfer magazine. With 8 PGA qualified professionals on site, courses are designed for all ages and abilities and run all year round.
Battle Golf Club is situated in the heart of “1066 Country” just two miles from the historic town of Battle, infamous for the site of the “Battle of Hastings” in East Sussex. The course is well maintained offering relaxed yet challenging golf and stands in an elevated position in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The course at 5928 yards, is par 71 and offers a course layout which is both challenging for the established player without being too daunting a prospect for the novice golf player.
With two different sets of tees for front and back nines, clever use of the natural landscape and USGA specification greens provide superb playing conditions for year round golf.
Beauport Park Golf Clubs visually stunning 18 hole Championship Course is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty in the heart of the Sussex/Rother Weald. The Course sets a compelling and stern, yet fair challenge, whilst you enjoy the views of the gently strolling East Sussex Countryside.
Over the years the very well maintained course has continued to be an extremely popular venue with a wide variety of golfers from beginners to advanced alike, societies and of course the club members. It has also proven to be a popular tournament venue, having hosted numerous Pro-Ams and the Sussex Professional Championships.
They also have a 9 hole pitch and putt Course, which is very useful for those wishing to tidy up their short game. It is also very popular with parents wishing to take their children to their first “little golf course” Hole distances vary from 54 yards to 107 yards in length
Hastings Adventure Golf, is in fact a complex of no less than three, 18-hole miniature golf courses, providing facilities suitable for players of all ages. This is the national centre for Miniature Golf in the UK and the home of the annual ‘Castle Golf World Crazy Golf Championships’ every October.
There are 2 ‘flagship’ courses, firstly the Florida-style Adventure Golf, with landscaped gardens, 7 waterfalls and no less than 37 fountains, including a spectacular ‘dancing waters’ display every few minutes. There’s even a cave to negotiate. There are spitting, talking ‘Tikki’ poles awaiting victims along the way as well. This course is tremendous fun and considered by many to be one of the finest in Europe. Thanks to the Tikki poles, there’s a good chance you’ll get a bit wet whilst playing this one! A family of four should allow up to an hour to play the course.
The second ‘flagship’ course and brand new for 2011 is ‘Pirate Golf’. Once again, 18 holes but watch out Mateys, this new course features waterfalls and streams, bridges, Pirate ships, firing cannons, explosions, a few rather large splashes – and more than a few extra surprises and sound effects along the way. This is a big course and a family of four should allow at least one hour to play it. You may get a bit splashed along the way too!