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Mannings Heath Golf Club

18 Hole Course, 9 Hole Course, Driving Range, Pro Shop, Wine Club, Accommodation


Established in 1905, the 6683-yard championship 18-hole Waterfall course at Mannings Heath, is known as one of the top golf courses in Sussex. Designed by the legendary architect Harry Colt, the Waterfall holds a proud golfing heritage and remains one of the most famous golf courses in the United Kingdom. The great Seve Ballesteros drew huge crowds to Mannings Heath when he played a Pro-Am here in 1987. And Gary Player named the 11th hole, known as The Valley in his top imaginary 18 holes of the world.

The Waterfall is a scenic and challenging course that demands accuracy from the tee and presents a fair test of nerve and skill for every calibre of golfer.


The 9-hole Kingfisher golf course at Mannings Heath is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty. This picturesque par 36 course, measuring 3314 yards (3030 meters) offers breathtaking, panoramic views across the South Downs of Sussex.

Opened first in 1996, The Kingfisher course boasts USGA specification greens and tees, and provides an enjoyable mix of par 3, 4 and 5. Golfers of any calibre are welcome to play, from juniors to seniors - whether complete beginners or seasoned golfers - no handicap certificate required.