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Superbly located in 500 acres of rolling Sussex downland, Mannings Heath has two championship courses at the forefront of ‘must play’ golf hot-spots in the UK.
The Waterfall course is a championship course that played host to the 2013 English Women's Amateur Strokeplay Championship. But this is an exciting, amusing and entertaining course which holds the interest all the way round.
The Waterfall is one of England’s best but least well known inland courses. There are 36 holes to enjoy at Mannings Heath, but the Waterfall is the original course and its widely considered to be the best (the second course is called the Kingfisher). The Waterfall dates back to 1905 and was designed by Harry Colt.
The Kingfisher course is an exceptional green fee golf course, guests can play this most rural of golf courses whenever they wish without being tied to membership. All are welcome to play local Sussex golf with at Mannings Heath, from complete beginners to the seasoned golfers. The Kingfisher has been designed to provide an exemplary golfing experience to fit in with today’s varied lifestyles. This exclusively green fee only course is designed just for golf in its purest form whenever you choose to pay.
“Kingfisher hollow cored on the 27th September”