Designed by the legendary Fred Hawtree, Hill Barn Golf Club has a long and enviable history. Since 1935, the course’s rolling fairways have hosted many professional tournaments; been graced by names such as Peter Alliss and Tony Jacklin; and have provided the perfect challenge to all golfers from juniors to scratch players.
Hill Barn Golf Club nestles in the rolling hills of the Southdowns providing sweeping views of the town of Worthing and of the English Channel to the south. A number of holes have elevated tees providing the golfer with an excellent opportunity to stop and admire the panorama before playing to the fairway below. Hill Barn is certainly one of the most beautiful places to play golf in Sussex.
The 6,229 yard course provides challenges and surprises for players of all levels as it undulates through a good balance of par 3s and par 4s of which no two are alike. The signature hole on the 11th has a cunningly placed array of bunkers set into the hillside but an accurate tee shot is rewarded by an excellent chance at a birdie. Bordered by mature trees and hedgerows, the course culminates in a par 5 worthy of this championship course.
The Club’s key attractions lie in its established and challenging course, its friendly membership and its heritage dating back to the 1930s as shown on the honours boards in the lobby.
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