Lewes Golf Club
Chapel Hill,
Lewes, East Sussex BN7 2BB
Tel : +44 (0)1273 473245

1km from Lewes at the east end of Cliffe High Street

Further Information
Lewes Golf Club is crossed by a public footpath, clearly marked by waymarkers. Golfers should respect this, and not shout obsenities or make gestures at users of the footpath (which, incidently, pre-dates the golfcourse) - sjd-wes@easynet.co.uk

Course Details

Course Name: Lewes Holes: 18 Yardage: 6218 SSS: 70

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

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  • Reginald James Guest

    Michael Guest wrote on: Apr 23, 2011

    My father Reg GUEST who died when I was 3 was , I believe the pro at Lewes. Is there any one there who still remebers him ? It's unlikely I know. I would love to have a copy of any old photos they may exist in the archives as I do not have any of him at all.


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    Stephen de Rakovszky wrote on: Jun 17, 2009

    It is many decades since I played on this course, but I still have many happy memories of those times.
    In my huble opinion,the course merits a proper description and not just that of a minor feature.
    I just wonder, if the spelling mistakes are copied from the shield or just the results of a friendly and joly 19th hole..


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    sam fuller wrote on: Apr 21, 2005

    the course is vey hilly but a really well kept course. it also has very well kept greens


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    Martin Lea wrote on: Jul 3, 2004

    The course is proper bo I tell thee!! Mental Boss!!


  • Europe Golf courses reviews James Walters 5/02

    James Walters wrote on: Apr 30, 2002

    From the first tee, this course is definitely a 'winter course'. Hail in the wind, a light covering of frost and nothing but your imagination for company. There's no point trying to go for the green here...if the fairway edges don't coax your ball, the greens will test the best putter. Best to try to drink in the beauty whilst barely concentrating on a reaosnable round of golf. It's been years since I played but the scenery of Lewes golf course remains clear in my memory. Acres of rolling green fields, old bent trees, rusty fences and bare paths. This is what golf should be. Five stars!


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Tom B 11/98

    Tom B wrote on: Oct 31, 1998

    Lewes is a deceptive golf course. It is short on paper and it looks easy from the tees, but beware! There are viscous slopes to the fairways, and some huge and punishing banks off the side of and down the back of many of the plush greens. There are many bunkers which are incredibly easy to hit into, very deep, and very hard to get out of. everyone thinks they can 'burn the course up' on their day, but nobody ever has! The rough is harsh and wispy and there are many small thickets to hit into.
    The views are absolutely stunning, check out the view from the seventh green. The clubhouse is recently refurbished, it has a lovely bar, it is lively friendly and fun. The green fees are very reasonable. It is a very interesting course, it will expose your game to reality.


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