The practice facilities at Lewes are available for members, green fee playing visitors or anyone who is having lessons with our PGA Professionals.
The Driving range is open from 8am-5pm in the summer months and 8am-3pm during the winter months. Tokens for the range dispenser can be purchased from the Pro Shop.
Unfortunately due to the limited number of bays on the driving range we are not able to allow access to non-members who are not paying a green fee that day.
Practice & Putting Green
We have a putting green and small chipping area that is adjacent to the 1st tee. Golfers can also utilise the Practice net that is close to the 1st tee.
In addition we also have a 3 hole short game/academy area with holes ranging from 45 yards to 90 yards. This is located at the far end of the driving range between the 18th tee and the Martyrs Memorial.
A good line from the tee is at the right hand 150 yard marker as the fairway falls to the left...
The marker pole is a good line from the tee but if you miss, left is better than right...
The tee shot needs to negotiate the fairway bunkers either playing past them to the left...
The yardage of this hole can be ignored, it plays longer than it appears and distance control is vital...
The fairway bunker on this hole is in play from the tee for a long drive, or with the second shot if you don’t get the drive away
A pretty par three flanked by gorse on all sides.Usually plays half a club more than the 4th hole...
The drive should be played left of the marker post to allow for the camber in the fairway...
Into the prevailing wind this is a tough Par 4. A tee shot played to the left half of the fairway...
The drive is relatively straight forward, but the blind second shot requires some thought...
Only 317 yards from the back tee this is shortest par 4 on the course but plays anything but. All uphill...
The further you hit the drive on this hole the wider the fairway gets, the second shot should favour...
This is a beautiful downhill par 3 with a narrow green, the longest of the par-3 holes on the course...
From an elevated tee the prevailing breeze makes this a testing tee shot that narrows the further you hit...
A tough tee shot with a bunker left and gorse to the right. The right hand edge of the bunker...
A dog leg to the right, this hole requires a tee shot that favours the left half of the fairway...
Into the prevailing wind the marker post is a good line. Longer hitters may take a line over the mound...
The ball will feed in from the left edge of the green. The green tilts from back to front towards the town...
Aim at the Pro shop from the tee as the ball will fall to the right. The approach shot needs...