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Rusper Golf Club

18 Hole Par72 Course
Rusper Golf Course was opened in 1992 by two time major winner and the most successful Ryder Cup Captain of all time, Tony Jacklin.

Initially opened as a nine hole course, the club added a further 9 holes in 2000 to create the course members and visitors enjoy today. Rusper is set amongst mature trees with several water features and offers golfers many 'risk and reward' holes. The course measures 6724 yards from the white Tees, making it one of the longest courses in the county if you take on the back tees, although members and visitors are welcome to choose their Tees to enable them to enjoy their game at what ever level they may play.

Rusper Golf Club was opened in 1992 as a 9 hole course and extended to a full 18 holes some years later. The parkland course, with tree lined fairways and attractive water features, measures 6724 from the white tees. As the holes thread through the woodland, accuracy from the tee is at a premium but there are no long carries to deter the shorter hitter. With four short holes and a variety of par 4s and par 5s, the longest being the 9th hole measuring 525 yards, golfers will not leave the course without using every club in the bag. An interesting and exciting challange awaits at Rusper Golf Club.