High Handicappers Golf Trip

Grizzly

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So, I'm looking at arranging an overnight trip for a group of around 16 medium-high handicap players. Any recommendations for a stay and play venue in the South/South East, ideally with two courses, and of manageable length/difficulty?
 

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So, I'm looking at arranging an overnight trip for a group of around 16 medium-high handicap players. Any recommendations for a stay and play venue in the South/South East, ideally with two courses, and of manageable length/difficulty?

East Sussex national ..

Decent hotel, two courses
 

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Personally, always fancied it. But might it be a bit tough distance wise?

Play off the forward tees in that case? I played it when I was off 28 Nd was in awful rain .. enjoyed it

Chip in birdie on the 1st after duffing one was prob why tho 140 yards tracked lol
 

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would recommend Sandford Springs - very good 3 x 9 hole courses with a small hotel and good food served in the clubhouse for evening meals and breakfast.
 

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Goodwood is really nice, i organise a similar trip every year. Five Lakes in Colchester if you want soemwhere with a bit of atmosphere after the golf.

Both Goodwood and Sandford were pretty quiet when we played.
 
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