Cooden Beach Golf Club
Cooden Beach,
Bexhill, East Sussex TN39 4TR
Tel : +44(0) 1424 842040 Fax : +44(0) 1424 842040

Cooden Beach Golf Club House is well appointed with all facilities including a Licensed Restaurant which is open throughout the day and should it rain there are two snooker tables and a card room.
The Cooden Beach Golf Club is an ideal spot for Golfing weekend or for longer a longer holiday where not only the Golfer but also the whole family can be accommodated because of its proximity to the beach and sea.

Club services include catering and bar services are available every day.
For catering services call 01424 843936, to book requirements.

A259 Eastbourne to Hastings road, Follow 'Cooden Beach' sign at Little Common roundabout (1mile).

Further Information
Information herein provided by the club 5 Feb 1999.

Course Details

Course Name: Cooden Beach Holes: 18 Yardage: 6470 SSS: 71
Cooden Beach Golf Club was described by James Braid when it first opened in 1912 as 'a good sporting course'.
It is both fun and a good test of golf for every class of player. For the young and strong there are ten holes which exceed 400 yards in length, whilst for the older golfer the undulations are gentle and the springy turf pleasant to walk on.
The dykes and bunkers will catch the wayward shot, but the real hazard is the wind, which makes it a different course every time it is played.

For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.

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Reader Comments / Reviews Leave a comment
  • Inquiry

    Ásta Mósesdóttir wrote on: May 6, 2004

    Kindly inform a price for a room and golfplay for 2 person for 3 days
    29/8-1/9 2004


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Chris Skinner 11/98

    Chris Skinner wrote on: Oct 31, 1998

    Described as 'a good sporting course', features plenty of water, 5 par 5s, 5 par 3s. There's something for everyone here - nobody has overwhelmed it yet! Come and enjoy.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Jervis Smith 11/98

    Jervis Smith wrote on: Oct 31, 1998

    This is not a traditional links course but reclaimed marshland. However the wind is a major influence on your round. One of the oldest and most respected courses in Sussex.