Sedlescombe Golf Club
Kent Street,
Sedlescombe, East Sussex TN33 0SD
Tel : +44 (0)1424 871700 Fax : +44 (0)1424

Sedlescombe Golf Club is a charming 18-hole, par 72, parkland golf course set in the unspoiled "1066 countryside" of East Sussex, 3 miles from the historic town of Battle. The club is home to The James Andrews School of Golf, a residential intensive golf school offering 2-5 day courses for players of all ages and abilities. The golf school offers tuition 7 days a week, year round. Sedlescombe's fully stocked pro shop features Mizuno, Ping, Titleist and Callaway clubs and accessories.

Sedlescombe Golf Club offers excellent practice facilities including a state of the art, computer/video analysis center; three practice putting greens; an academy hole; and a covered, flood-lit driving range. Golf school students may stay in the 20-room, luxury golf lodge overlooking the 9th green and the 10th tee. Our fully-licensed bar and restaurant, Greens, offers a fantastic, all-day dining and dinner menu in a relaxed atmosphere.

We are on the A21 about 3 miles north of Hastings.

Further Information
Green Fees: 18 holes (Weekdays) £16.00 . 18 holes (Weekends/Bank Holidays) £20.00. 9 holes (Weekdays) £10.00. 9 holes (Weekends/Bank Holidays) £12.00
Buggies available: £16.00 for 18 holes . Societies: Welcome. Visitors: Welcome. Visitors please contact the pro shop directly for tee times. For more information on Sedlescombe Golf Club see www.go

Course Details

Course Name: Sedlescombe Holes: 18 Yardage: 6269 SSS: 70
Sedlescombe is an 18-hole, par 72 parkland course. The lakes, ponds, bunkers and woodland on the 6,269 yard course offer a challenge to the scratch golfer and beginner alike.

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

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Accomodation in the Area:
A. James Andrews School of Golf
B.Kent Street
Sedlescombe, East Sussex TN 33 OSD
Tel: +44 (0)1424 871700 Fax: +44 (0)1424 871712

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  • Europe Golf courses reviews Simon Linklater, 10/99

    Simon Linklater, wrote on: Sep 30, 1999

    Hi there, I spent 6 months of the summer working and playing the occasional game at Sedlescombe and the recent opening of the new 18 holes has made the course more enjoyable and more challenging.
    Definitely worth a round if you are in the area.