Opened in 1914 by the 6th Duke of Richmond on the Downs above Goodwood House, the Goodwood Golf Club has played host to many famous golfers and society faces including the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII), the Duke of York (later King George VI) and many well-known jockeys and racehorse owners. U.S. Open champion Justin Rose chose Goodwood to become the official touring professional to the club. With stunning views across rolling West Sussex countryside it is easy to see why.
Open to all golfers, Goodwood has two outstanding 18-hole golf courses: The Downs, with its fast-running fairways, undulating greens and the dramatic changes of elevation in the downland valleys and hills. Or the more gentle option of The Park, where the easy-walking tree-lined fairways will take golfers on a wonderful stroll across Goodwood Park, but still present plenty of opportunities to hone one's shot-making skills. Post round relax and unwind in the private members' 18th century clubhouse - The Kennels, which offers a sensational restaurant featuring superb local food, partly from the Estate’s own organic Home Farm.
Besides being a great golf destination, Goodwood is home to the world renowned Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival on the historic motor circuit and the Glorious Goodwood horse racing festival. While staying at the Goodwood Hotel with its award-winning cuisine, elegant rooms and impeccable service, visitors can choose to take flying lessons in Goodwood’s fleet of planes or view the magnificent private art collection in the grandeur of Goodwood House as well as indulging in the state
of the art facilities at the Goodwood Health Club.
18-hole Park Course, Par 72
Green fee from £ 99
18-hole Downs Course, Par 71
‘Member for a day’-green fee from £ 99
- Rental of clubs, custom fitting
- Trolley, E-Trolley and E-Car rental
- Pro Shop
Guests welcome any time