Pyecombe Golf Club is set in the South Downs National Park, as you can imagine it is a fantastic place to play golf and get away from life’s troubles to be out in the open and at one with nature. The course has phenomenal views of the Sussex countryside, this adds to the grandeur of the club and really gives a different dimension to the golf course. If you enjoy the look of the course as well as the challenge this is the course for you. Pyecombe Golf Course itself was originally built and designed by the famous architect James Braid in 1894. The famous course measures 6,278 yards off the championship tees, far from the longest course in the world but what it may give in length it certainly makes up for in dangers dotted around the course such as the thick rough and bunkers which are hard to make the green from. Your good shots are always rewarded, and the smooth-running greens and manicured fairways are certainly what makes this course special. They also have a fantastic knack of keeping the course open, being a naturally draining course they very rarely close the course and very rarely limit trolley use which is fantastic news for those winter months when you don’t want to play on a substandard course.