Seaford Golf Club is a historic club with stunning views. Founded in 1887, it moved to its present Blatchington location in 1907.
The Club is one of the best downland courses in the South of England with glorious panoramas of the Sussex Downs on one side and the English Channel on the other.
The club offers a comprehensive range of facilities for members and visitors. You are promised a top quality course, which is both a challenge to the best players and a satisfying, though not impossible, experience for those with higher handicaps. The rapid drainage of water through the underlying chalk ensures that the course is rarely closed for play in winter and presents a summertime challenge of firm fairways and greens.
The course was designed in 1907 by J H Taylor. This downland course has stood the test of time. It is set overlooking the English Channel, enjoying easterly views of the Seven Sisters and westerly views of Newhaven Port. Inland, you can see the South Downs and the popular walking trail, the South Downs Way.
The original Clubhouse, built in 1907, has been regularly modernised and extended. It now includes a bar, lounge and spacious dining room overlooking the course. Retaining its traditions and charm, it has a warm, welcoming atmosphere for the enjoyment of good food, ale and snacks.
Visitors are most welcome and can book tee times via the website or by phoning the Pro Shop.