Eastbourne Downs Golf Club
East Dean Road,
Eastbourne, East Sussex BA20 8ES
Tel : +44 (0)1323 720827

1 km west of Eastboume on A2 59

Course Details

Course Name: Eastbourne Downs Holes: 18 Yardage: 6635 SSS: 72

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  • Eastbourne Downs

    Katharine Burgess wrote on: Jun 12, 2009

    Somply stunning views, Great Course, magnificent Greens and a warm welcome


  • Eastbourne Downs Golf Club

    Neville Taylor wrote on: Apr 12, 2009

    As a past member, I played during the week with the "seniors". A most friendly group of golfing buddies it would be hard to meet.
    A challenging course that is fair and that rewards good shots.
    Try to avoid the winter months when the winds can be more than a challenge. On a warm summers day the course is delightful.


      • RE: Eastbourne Downs Golf Club

        Graham Puddephatt wrote on: Jun 12, 2009

        How is Canada trating you Neville? The Downs is still beautiful, greens are fantastic


  • Eastbourne Downs Golf Club

    Brian Embleton wrote on: Oct 5, 2003

    Set high up on trhe downs above Eastbourne this course has spectacular views. However, due to it's height it is also windy on even the calmest of days which greatly adds to the difficulty. The course has a nice variety of holes and rewards good placement of the tee. Well worth a visit but try and pick a clam day so that you're only playing in a breeze.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Bob Pickering 11/98

    Bob Pickering wrote on: Oct 31, 1998

    I play Eastbourne annually with my brother in law and find it one of themost challenging courses that I play annually. The views are great, thewind challenging and the hospitality excellent.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Andrzej Bania 11/98

    Andrzej Bania wrote on: Oct 31, 1998

    It is no surprise that they have won prizes for the quality of their greens. The course itself may not be the hardest that you ever play, but playing a late round in summer as the sun goes down over Beachy-Head has to be seen to be believed. Stunning.


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