Lindfield Golf Course is a parkland course in the Sussex Weald founded in 1990 and designed by Patrick Tallack.
The 18-hole layout stretches to 5,957 yards off the white competition tees with a par of 70 and a standard scratch score of 68.
The course tests and rewards skilled golfers yet still enables the enthusiastic amateur to enjoy a good game. It presents well-drained fairways and greens and excellent year-round playing conditions maintained by our hard-working and expert greenkeeping staff.
It is surrounded by sites of outstanding natural beauty and is bordered on its southerly side by the River Ouse.
There are water hazards to beware of on the 3rd, 8th, 13th and 18th. These take the form either of cunningly-placed ditches ready to catch an under-clubbed approach to the green or pond to punish those who stray off line.
The finishing holes have every attribute: the 417-yard 14th is a character builder with a longish second shot to an elevated green with trouble down the right and the 413-yard 18th has a lake in front of the green.