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The Course

The West Sussex Golf Club, popularly known as Pulborough, was officially opened in 1931, having been designed by two outstanding golf architects, Guy Campbell, who also designed Princes’ and Killarney and Cecil Hutchison, designer of Gleneagles and Turnberry. (Very recently, Stafford Hotchkin has been attributed to West Sussex too). At Pulborough, these architects are acknowledged to have created one of the most natural and aesthetically pleasing courses in England. Over the years, the course has been described in detail by many well known golfing writers. These are typical; 

"It is a little sandy jewel set in the Sussex clay, what more can anyone desire?” 

-Bernard Darwin. 

"Designed unmistakably by providence for a golf course and man for once has done the right thing”

- Henry Longhurst.

“There are few lovelier places to play inland on such noble terrain of heather, pine and birch complemented by surroundings of tranquil green and distant views of the Downs that far exceed the more cloistered reaches of the famous Surrey courses” 

-Donald Steel.

Local Conditions
West Sussex is a course that opens almost all year round. It hardly ever closes and temporary greens are rarely used. ...More
Practice Ground
The West Sussex practice ground is very conveniently situated no more than 25 yards from the Clubhouse. There are twelve practice mats and three covered bays available, plus a ball dispenser also nearby. Only purchased practice balls can be used, but at least they are collected for you at the end of each day. ...More