The gentler Park Course was designed by the renowned golf architect and player Donald Steel. The course which winds effortlessly around the beautiful 18th century parklands, the flint walls of Goodwood house and three hundred year old Cedar trees may seem less of a challenge, but do not be fooled. Its tricky switchbacks and devilish bunkers are enough to keep any golfer on their toes.
If you prefer more of a challenge, take on one of the oldest golf courses in Sussex, the picturesque Downs Course. Designed in 1914 by the legendary golf architect, designer of Gleneagles and Carnoustie, James Braid, the Downs Course is ranked in Golf World’s Top 100 English Courses and has been host to the English PGA Championship. The undulating greens and dramatic changes of elevation in downland valleys and hills which are both a treat and a challenge to true golf fans.
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