The Park Course which surrounds the flint walls of Goodwood House and three hundred year old Cedar trees may seem less of a challenge, but its tricky switchbacks and devilish bunkers are enough to keep any golfer on their toes.
Designed by the renowned golf architect and player, Donald Steel, The Park Course winds effortlessly around the beautiful 18th Century parkland surrounding Goodwood House.
The perfect test for golfers of all ages and abilities
The Park Course, which surrounds the flint walls of Goodwood House and boasts some of Britain's finest three-hundred-year-old Cedar trees, may seem less of a challenge, but its tricky switchbacks and devilish bunkers are enough to keep any golfer on their toes.
Post golf, the choices are endless, with a spa and gym to enjoy, The Goodwood Bar & Grill and the award winning Goodwood Hotel. Ranked in The Top 20 Stay & Play Venues (Golf Monthly), the Park Course makes for the perfect golf course in West Sussex for a weekend getaway.
Our pay and play course
Open to the public as well as to Members, the easy walking 6,650 yard course which meanders through woodland and tree lined fairways to closely guarded greens, demands accuracy, rather than brute force! But don't be lulled into a false sense of security, the brilliant design means that you may just be caught out by one of the tricky doglegs scattered about this easy to walk parkland golf course.