Sweetwoods Park Golf Course

The Course at Sweetwoods Park

 

Course overview from Allan Tait, Course Manager

Our stunning parkland course with valleys, lakes and views will blow you away.

The course gives golfers a truly interesting round due to the variety the holes. It’s almost as though Sweetwoods has a magical draw that lures you in… holes 1-3 are relatively straightforward enabling the golfer to get into their game and get their swing underway. Then holes 4,5,6 and 7 hit you with greens lower than where you tee off, lakes & water hazards and longer challenges with bunkers getting into your mind. What you pay for in challenge, you gain in views… as you tee off from the 4th; you’re high up on one side of the valley, with your ball flying down to the tee below you and the historic village of Cowden with its steeple church at the top of the valley right in front of you. It’s simply breath taking.

Check out the hole by hole guide narrated by Jamie Spence. We also provide a photo gallery to showcase each hole.

We maintain the course to an exceptional standard ensuring great drainage year round, firm and responsive greens and a fantastic halfway house offering you the chance to stock up on refreshments for the end of your round.

We look forward to seeing you out on the course soon.

You can read a full course guide by The Sussex Golfer here.

Rates 2019

Oak – 7 Day Membership
£1,325  (Joint £2,3485)
Beech – 5 Day Membership
£1,030  (Joint £1,845)
Elm – 7 Day Membership
£315
Cadet – 7 Day Membership (19-24)
£460
Cadet – 7 Day Membership (25-29)
£663
Cadet – 7 Day Membership (30-35)
£867
Junior – 7 Day Membership (Under 18)
£125
 Student – 7 Day Membership (19-25)
£280

 

How to Join

Complete the enquiry form or call 01342 850 729.

Complete and submit the form below and we will contact you shortly, or alternatively email Carolyn.Gravely@sweetwoodspark.com

 

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