Pyecombe Golf Club
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The Course and its History
The course was formally opened in 1894 and is laid out over two rolling ridges and a valley between. Originally a mere 3789 yards, the course now measures 6296 yards off the white tees and plays to a par of 71.
The club has an illustrious history and was the home club to Henry Longhurst, the famous and well respected commentator.
Pyecombe is a thinking golfer's course, favouring course management and the accurate placement of shots over big hitting. Nevertheless the course does offer the longer hitter several risk and reward opportunities.
Once found, the putting surfaces are as true and as good as anywhere in the county, and the chalky terrain allows for year round play.
Pyecombe takes its environmental responsibilities very seriously and the greenkeeping staff manage the course in the most ecologically friendly way. During the golfing calendar the course boasts blankets of native bluebells, wild orchids, and wild flowers in the deep rough. The fauna is just as striking with badgers, deer, stoats, buzzards and kestrels.