East Sussex National Golf Club
East Sussex National Golf Club, East Sussex is a 36 hole course with the 18 hole (7138 yard) East course and (7154 yard) West Course. A private, parkland golf course designed by Robert E Cupp
Little Horsted, Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22 5ES United KingdomTel: 01825 880088 | Fax: 01825 880066
Golf Pro: S MacLennan | Tel: 01825 880256
Tee Time InformationPrice Guide: £££££
- Midweek Guide: Summer £50.00 per round Winter £35.00 per round *
- Weekend Guide: Summer: £60.00 per round Winter:£45.00 per round *
* Any prices shown are guide prices, please confirm with the course prior to booking.
Facilities & Visitor Information
Course Information: 36 holes | Par East course 72; West Course 72 | East course 7138; West Course 7154 yards | Private | Parkland
Facilities: Driving range, Golf clubs for hire, Golf buggies for hire, Golf pro shop, Changing rooms, Golf clubhouse, Bar, Food available, Available for functions, Accommodation available, golf course.
Visitors: With 104 rooms beautifully perched overlooking the two championship golf courses, the hotel has been a fantastic addition to a world-renowned golf destination.
- Societies Accepted to Play
- Society Deals Available
Designed by: Robert E Cupp
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East Sussex National Golf Club Reviews & Information
4.44 ... Overall Rating
4.41 ... The Course
4.58 ... Facilities/Serv.
4.07 ... VFM
228 ratings from Golfshake members - Ranked 24 out of 1932.
HIGHLY RATED - 98% would play again or recommend
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What the club says: Both our championship courses were designed by Robert E Cupp, one of Jack Nicklaus’s course architects. The East Course was specifically designed with championship golf in mind. Measuring 7138 yards from the gold tees, this is a formidable test of golf. Unlike the West, the East has two loops of nine holes bringing you back to the Clubhouse after each nine. The West Course was formally known as ‘The Members Course’,and is often regarded as the more scenic of the two courses, but is certainly tighter and more undulating. Surprisingly at 7154 yards it is slightly longer than the East.
Most Helpful Review
Yes, this course is very well kept, has fast and true greens and offers great variety. However, having played both courses a handful of times, I would say that there are plenty of other courses locally that offer a much better experience for the money that you pay for a green fee here. Theres nothing special that you take away from the end of your round that is particularly memorable. Looking back at my round no holes stand out, just a load of quite long par 4's come to the front of my mind. I think the golf courses are massively hyped and feel that if either course stood alone as its own course and without the massive hotel, it would be a very average course. It felt to me that the only reason there is this hype about the course is that it has had a lot of money pumped into it.
This course feels very corporate and sadly doesn't reflect the beautiful countryside of East Sussex. One round here is fun and worth doing however I would urge you to look at other courses nearby especially Piltdown (a much more challenging, better kept and interesting golf course) and Lewes that offer a more personal and memorable round for a fraction of the price. - Aug 24 2017
Golf Course Reviews for East Sussex National Golf Club
(Round played: Feb 2018 - Score: 94 Handicap: 18.2)
The fairways and greens were pretty good considering the rain we’d had and the time of year (quite impressive really), elsewhere it was very soft and hard walking. We stayed and played and got a great deal, there was a little doubt whether we’d get out on the second day and a miserable marshal could have done with an exercise in guest relations as to manage expectations but we did play and conditions were better than day one. Worth a visit but I’d suggest a stay and play package to ensure value.
(Round played: Feb 2018 - Score: 89 Handicap: 16.1)
ALTHOUGH VERY WET COURSE WAS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION WITH FIRST CLASS GREENS. HAVE PLAYED BOTH COURSES BEFORE AND WOULD HIGHLY RECOMMEND AS AN EXCELLENT VENUE FOR A GOLF WEEKEND
(Round played: Feb 2018 - Score: 99 Handicap: 15.7)
Both courses at East Sussex are great course with pure greens and variety of holes,,, playable all year round, especially if you keep. On the fairway
(Round played: Nov 2017 - Score: 105 Handicap: 21.4)
Twice a year we get away for a weekends golf this time East Sussex was chosen. We had a package deal that was good value and got to play the West on the Friday and then The East on Saturday and Sunday. Both courses are really good my only slight gripe is that the guest tees are quite far forward and make the course a lot easier than even if you could play off the members tees but still a good challenge. When you look at the pro tees it makes you appreciate how far those boys can hit a ball, from the very back it is a monster.
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