Chichester Golf Club is one of the largest golf complexes in the South of England with its two 18-hole courses, driving range, 9-hole short course and crazy golf course.
The two parkland courses are the Tower course with generous fairways making a good score possible for all levels of golfers but watch out for the tricky MacKenzie greens, and the Cathedral course with one of the toughest front nine’s around. The 5th hole at 608 yards is affectionately known by the members as “the mother” but we know your golf is up to the challenge.
The beauty of playing at Chichester Golf Club is that there is some thing for everybody from the young to the young at heart. This is not your everyday public course; this is a magnificent golf complex that’s open to everyone. Chichester Golf Club is part of the Maple Leaf Golf Group which includes Horton Park Golf Club in Epsom, Surrey – with an 18-hole parkland course as well as a 9-hole short course and a large driving range, and Hill Barn Golf Club in Worthing, West Sussex – with its 75 year old historic 18-hole downland course played by the likes of Tony Jacklin and Peter Allis