West Hove Golf Club is a fantastic golf course in the Brighton area. The course was founded in 1910, the club originally was situated on the Old Shoreham Road but the construction of the Brighton By Pass made it necessary for the course to move. It was resurrected at the Hangleton Interchange in the south downs area. In 1010 the course was made part of the South Downs National Park. This bonus adds an extra dimension to the course, the nature and wildlife found around the track makes for a tranquil and peaceful round of golf providing the clubs do what you ask them to. The course itself is a par 70, 18-hole course that is almost, always playable because it is one of the few courses built on chalk and it is one of the driest parts of the country, so it makes for a great winter course. Standing at the top of the course and looking down over the South Downs National Park will show you the true beauty of the course and as some holes slope down the hill, club selection and shot direction are a major factor when trying to make a good score. The clubhouse has phenomenal facilities that can cater for everything from a quiet meal after to golf to a wedding party.