Seaford Head Golf Club
Southdown Road,
Seaford, East Sussex BN25 4JS
Tel : +44 (0)1323 890139

For description see the excellent golfer reviews below

11 km west of Easthourne. 1 km south of A259

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Public course

Course Details

Course Name: Seaford Head Holes: 18 Yardage: 5812 SSS: 68

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

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  • Europe Golf courses reviews Jason Reid

    Jason Reid wrote on: Nov 30, 2000

    Seaford Head is a course set on the cliff tops near the Seven Sisters, which can be seen from the 14th hole onwards. The scenery is quite breathtaking and the course plays well. There are some spectacular holes to play. The most noticeable of these are the 18th which is a par 5; you tee off from the top of a cliff and have to play down to about 100ft below. If you catch the ball well you can drive it 350 yards if not more. Another of the noticeable holes is the short par 3 12th; standing on the tee at the bottom of the hill looking up, you will count yourself lucky if you can see the top of the flag because in front of you is a severely steep slope with a small flat at the top which in turns leads onto a small hill with the green perched on top. There is a bank behind the green which hopefully, if you hit the ball too hard, will stop the ball and roll it onto the green. Behind this there is another slope running upwards which if you catch this, you will be lucky to stop it rolling off the green and possibly back down to the tee. This is what makes the hole quite difficult for if you don't reach the top of the hill then the slope will carry your ball back to the tee also. It once took a friend of mine a lot of anguish to the ball onto the green and eventually sink the ball for 11 which almost cost him the game especially as we were both on par with each other at that time. All in all Seaford is a well kept course and is good for both the beginner and the more advanced player - well worth a visit. The bar is also pretty reasonable and the food is excellent. Although the only thing lacking is more driving range facilities as they have only got one net and when it gets busy, it is almost impossible to get some practice in.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews wrote on: Nov 30, 2000

    An open links course, would normally take three hours to complete. The 18th tee is high on the cliffs and has a spectacular view looking over Seaford bay. A good course for both beginner and the seasoned golfer.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Peter Usher 11/98

    Peter Usher wrote on: Oct 31, 1998

    The last 5 holes are played on the top of Seaford Head with MAGNIFICENT views along the coast. The famous Seven Sisters cliffs seen on many advertisements for England are usually photographed from the 13th Tee ! The 18th Tee par 5 has to be the best in England, played from the top of the Head about 200ft above the green!