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Mid Sussex Golf by Roger Linn


the matchless setting of this lovely course. The clubhouse interior has been completely redecorated and restyled – it now looks and feels warm, friendly and very stylish. Sitting in the light and airy lounge, I was chatting to Sales & Marketing Manager Anne MacKenzie, and we were surrounded by a pleasing buzz of conversation and laughter as members and their guests relaxed after their morning’s exertions. I mentioned the convivial atmosphere to Anne. “I’m glad you noticed,” she smiled, “because


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alf a million pounds has been spent to ensure that the clubhouse and all its facilities complement


and so much more


Already one of the most attractive golf clubs in the south of England, Mid Sussex Golf Club, now under new ownership, has undergone a major face lift in recent months.


we think it’s very important that we create a golf club that’s really enjoyed by its members and offers a warm welcome to our visitors. This isn’t just a place where our members turn up, play a round of golf and go home. We have more to offer than that!” Indeed you have, I thought,


refl ecting on the new covered tees on


“This isn’t just a place where members turn up, play a round of golf and go home.


We have more to offer than that!”


the driving range, the immaculately maintained putting greens and the American-style riot of colour of the begonias and petunias which line the pathways around the clubhouse. However beautiful, these cosmetic changes need to be seen in the context of the radical improvements to the facilities on offer for the serious golfer. For example, there are now two very high tech custom fi t bays, where golfers looking to buy new equipment can have everything about their swing analysed. Guided by one of the club’s teaching professionals – led by well-known local golfer and the club’s Managing Director Michael Henning – they can be sure of getting exactly the right clubs to suit their own, unique style.


No golf club could be successful these days without offering great hospitality and events, and Mid Sussex is no exception. Its elegant setting under the lee of the South Downs is now complemented by very high quality catering, and the bar and restaurant is open to the public. With a delightful function room seating up to 100 guests, weddings, parties and corporate events can all be catered for. Looking at the testimonials sent in by happy clients, it’s clear that each event is managed by experienced staff who enjoy delivering what one customer described as ‘a wonderful, professional and friendly service’. The Christmas programme in particular looks to be great value. There are Party Nights with three-course dinners and dancing, for only £29 per person, whilst Christmas Luncheon and Evening Menus are available throughout December and January. With superb golfi ng facilities and ten different membership categories available, including social membership, the new Mid Sussex Golf Club seems to have it all, and more! ■


MID SUSSEX GOLF CLUB Spatham Lane Ditchling, East Sussex BN6 8XJ Tel. 01273 846567 www.midsussexgolfclub.co.uk


SUSSEX LIVING 61October 2011


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