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Bognor Regis Golf Club

18 Hole Par70 Course, Pro Shop

Our beautiful course stretches through the Sussex countryside, and offers you the opportunity of a great golfing challenge in an established scenic location. As a private club, owned and run by its members, we can offer you a special retreat to play our wonderful sport and a fine clubhouse to enjoy after your round.

Visitors and Societies are most welcome with prior arrangement by contacting our office, and the services of our PGA Professional are available to everyone including lessons, custom equipment, and clothing. In the Visitors & Societies section you will find details of the latest Special Offers we are running.

 The members and staff look forward to welcoming you in person in the near future.

The present course at Bognor was designed by James Braid and constructed by FG Hawtree.

It stretches over 6100 yards and offers numerous challenges of position, length, and carry over numerous obstacles.

James Braid's design principles evident on many of his other famous course creations can also be found here some examples of which include

"Four short holes all of a different type, two very long holes, two stiff carries from the tee, no bunkers directly in front of greens and finally the last three holes should all be of a good length, in order to induce a good finish to a well-contested match".

We hope this section will give you an insight into the pleasure awaiting you on our fairways & greens.

In 1938 Bernard Darwin (grandson of Charles Darwin), famed Golf writer & player of considerable talent visited Bognor & wrote about the course & location he found.

"It was a charming, rustic spot with the wooded South Downs as a backdrop. The sense of flatness is entirely gone, the greens laid out in gently sweeping curves and humps and hollows and the bunkers represting a skillful bit of landscape gardening"

Testament again to the original design, Darwin offered a review on each hole, describing it then largely as we do today even with the advent of modern technology. Yes, golfers in the 1930s debated driving the green on the Par 4 6th the same as many players do today! Use our Hole by Hole guide to understand his thoughts and make your own plan for your visit.