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Address: East Mascalls Lane, Lindfield, HAYWARDS HEATH, RH16 2QN

Tel: 01444 484000


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Course Information

Course: 70 par

Course Style: Parkland

Green Fees: Mon-Fri: £18 (round). Sat-Sun: £23 (round)

Course Length: 6,120 yards (5,596 metres)

Holes: 18

Difficulty: Medium 11-20

Course Membership: Proprietary

Course Features

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Buggy Hire
  • Trolley Hire
  • Driving Range
  • Dress Code
  • Practice Green
  • Club Hire
  • Pro Shop
  • Handicap

Course Description

Lindfield Golf Club is hidden away in 'Bluebell Railway' country, surrounded by sites of outstanding natural beauty and bordered on its southerly side by the Sussex Ouse. Hard to locate but close to Haywards Heath, it is an exquisitely photogenic v course, originally designed by Patrick Tallack in 1989.
He crafted the golf course to both test and reward skilled golfers yet still enable the enthusiastic amateur to enjoy a good game. It presents well-drained fairways and greens and excellent year-round playing conditions. 

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2.5 out of 5


By ian15

Could be such a lovely little course. Really dissapointed to find scruffy, weedy bunkers and greens that are in need of some quality treatment. Now that this is part of The Golf College I thought that it would improve but sadly not. Lovely stripey mowed fairways give a false impression of the overall course quality which is also let down by lack of attention to detail.

Lindfield Golf Club Today's Golfer 2006-11-29T19:04:00.0000000 2.551
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