Built in 1896 atop chalk hills in the heart of Sussex, the elevated course winds it way through rolling south coast countryside, with picturesque views of the South Downs and the historic town from which it gets its name. On a clear day it is possible to pick out landmarks in the Sussex Weald and as far as the North Downs.
This downland course is very much a traditional test and, as it is built on chalk soil, it is playable throughout the year without the need for temporary greens or tees. At more than 6,200 yards it is by no means a pushover with its sloping lies, especially if the wind gets up.
Lewes Golf Club prides itself on being very friendly and welcoming whilst at the same time providing a course which is maintained to an extremely high standard, with breath taking views in all directions. There are a variety of membership options on offer so you can choose the one that best suits your needs. There is no joining fee for any category of membership and all allow play any day of the week.