The club has had a Seniors Section since 1988, for men aged 55 and over. It is called the LOGS (Lewes Old Golfers Section), a name that has firmly established as an essential part of the culture of the Club.
TheLOGS organise a wide range of activities for our Senior members - 30 inter-club matches, an annual championship, an annual invitation event, a summer long eclectic, knock-out competitions, a Christmas competition, matches with the Ladies' section, away days, regular stableford competitions.
We enter teams in the Sussex Winter League and the SCGU Cyril Blake and Gilbert Print competition. Most importantly of all, we organise a Club Roll Up throughout the year on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Every Tuesday and Thursday, we meet at around 9.30 hours for a cup of coffee and a chat, about everything that Seniors worldwide like to talk about! We draw for playing partners at 10.15 and start at 10.30 hours.
Lewes has a number of advantagesfor the members of this section:-
Due to the superb draining chalk soil it is possible to play throughout the year, generally without buggy or trolley bans and not end up covered in mud, there are never any temporary greens ot tee mats. The new irrigation system installed early in 2015 is helping to ensure that the greens will be in excellent condition summer & winter alike.In addition we are experimenting with a 12 hole short course playable during the roll-up sessions for those who are finding the full 18 holes too challenging.
So, if you are looking for friendly, competitive golf on a well established (1896) course with outstanding views, look no further, come and join us.