Selsey Golf Club

Very few golfers can resist a links course and Selsey Golf Club hosts 9 beautiful and testing holes with duel tee positions on each hole.

Purported to be home to two of the most difficult Par 4’s in Sussex – holes 4 and 5 would be a challenge for even the most skilled with a club. Add in traditional links conditions with wind crossing the fairway and you have yourself a true test.

A Par 68 over 18 holes - are you up to the challenge?

Established in 1908, the course was designed by John Henry Taylor, an English professional golfer and golf course architect. Taylor helped to found the British PGA and had five Open Championship Wins and designed courses across England including Hindhead and Andover Golf Clubs.

The original corrugated iron club house was destroyed by fire in 1934 and the present Clubhouse was built the same year.

During the Second World War, on 24th June 1941, a parachute mine was dropped by the Luftwaffe leaving a crater 64 feet in diameter. This crater filled with water and is now a beautiful water feature on the 8th and 17th holes.

For more information including green fees, opening hours and to book a tee time, visit Selsey Golf Club website here