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Seaford Head Golf Course, Seaford

Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
4/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
One of the most picturesque golf courses in the country, Seaford Head is situated on the cliffs of Seaford on the South Coast of England. With views over the English Channel along the shoreline as far as the Isle Of Wight to the West and the Seven Sisters to the East. The South Downs to the north give the course near perfect panoramic views. In great condition all year round and open to everyone, the course is truly an experience you will want to have again and again.

Memberships as of April 1st 2016

7 Day Adult £750

5 Day Adult £585

5 Day Senior £520

Youth (18-21) £203

Junior (under 12-17) £69

Junior (11 & under) FREE

Green Fees

Midweek - £20

All day - £30

Concessions - £16

Twi-Light - £14

Junior - £10

Weekend - £25

All day - £35

Concessions - £19

Twi-Light - £17

Junior - £12

Buggies now available

Society Days welcome all week. Please call 01323 890139 for more details.
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  • We played this course with 6 other friends on a lovely day. The club house was very modern and the service good. The golf pro was very personable and welcoming. We had lunch beforehand in the clubhous...  read more »
  • I was invited to play this wonderful golf course in Sussex on the 22/08/2016. As you pull up in the car park the new clubhouse looks very welcoming, entering the bar your met with a friendly staff who...  read more »
  • Lovely place for a coffee and cake or lunch. Sitting on the verandah watching the golf is really peaceful. Dogs allowed but not inside. Worth a visit. 
  • I played on the recommendation of a friend and have to say I was not disappointed. There is much talk about the 18th, which is a stunning down hill Par 5 with an elevated tee location at the top of the cliffs aiming to a green way down by the clubhouse. However, I have to say the rest of the course hold up very well,with some very interesting holes. It is excellent value for money and the new club house has friendly and welcoming staff with food and drinks at very reasonable pricing. I will definitely return soon.
  • great views... the greens are quite small and the elevation between some tees and greens will leave your thigh muscles burning... great society deals too, started with full english and ended with cottage pie... worth a visit!
  • This delightful seaside course has just opened a brand new clubhouse and really is a treat. Although it is council run and therefore very reasonable to play on, it is also very well kept by the greens staff and affords some spectacular views of the south downs and the coast line from some seriously high cliffs. My wife and I also had a lesson with the assistant pro Chris who gave us both valuable advice and was amazing value for money. The staff are all friendly and we couldn't find anything to criticise at this course.
  • The 18th Tee is worth every single Penny you pay for greenfee!
  • Magnificent 18th hole, and great value for money! This course boasts a number of very spectacular holes, most prominently the 18th, with a huge elevation change down from the tee, parallel to the sea and cliffs! It might not always be in the best shape, but the value for money is really outstanding.
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