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Mannings Heath opens Championship Waterfall Course to Visitors

11.42am 4th April 2016 - Courses

The Harry Colt-influenced 6,683-yard Waterfall Course stands on land where golf has been played since the very early 1900s
The Harry Colt-influenced 6,683-yard Waterfall Course stands on land where golf has been played since the very early 1900s

Mannings Heath, an Exclusive Golf Club in Horsham, West Sussex, announce plans to open its championship Waterfall Course to visiting golfers during selected tee times, in a move designed to make the award-winning course more accessible to all.

Available from 1st May 2016, keen golfers at Mannings Heath seeking a new and stimulating golfing experience will be able to enjoy the 18-hole par-72 course Waterfall Course at various times throughout the week, with the club reserving priority tee times for its members.

The Harry Colt-influenced 6,683-yard Waterfall Course stands on land where golf has been played since the very early 1900s. It was selected to host the 2013 English Women’s Amateur Strokeplay Championship in August.

Stephanie Hall, General Manager at Mannings Heath, commented: “We are very much looking forward to opening up our stunning Waterfall Course to more budding golf enthusiasts living locally and visiting the area. Whilst we will always give our valued members priority tee times, opening up the course during selected off peak times will ensure visitors to the club and residents at our neighbouring 5-star hotel, South Lodge, the best golfing experience possible whilst improving their game at the same time.”

Visitors to the Waterfall course can reserve a tee time online or by phone two weeks in advance, with the Waterfall and Kingfisher courses offering a 10% saving when booking online. Green fees start at £27 to £75, dependent on day and time of booking.

Mannings Heath www.manningsheath.com

       

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