Type: Heathland Length: 6221 Par: 68 Telephone: 01798872426
The West Sussex Golf Club, or Pulborough as it is also popularly known, was designed by two outstanding golf architects, Guy Campbell and Cecil Hutchinson, and completed in 1930. It was not, however, officially opened until early 1931.
A private members' club, featured in many books, the course is in the top-100 in the British Isles in the World Atlas of Golf - a superb achievement.
An outstanding, beautiful heathland course occupying an oasis of sand, heather and pine in the middle of attractive countryside which is predominantly clay and marsh. The late Henry Longhurst wrote affectionately about the course and Sir Peter Allen, in his book 'Play the Best Courses', rates two holes at West Sussex, the 6th and the 13th, as the best inland holes in the British Isles.
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