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Seaford Golf Club

3 month Trial – Full (Ladies) Membership

Seaford Ladies would like to welcome new ladies to join them on a 3 month Trial –  Full Membership, at a cost of only £185.

Membership, at the warm and welcoming Seaford Golf Club, offers:

  • Unrestricted course access
  • Grass practice facilities
  • Varied and frequent social events
  • Stunning views across the course

A chance to play regular golf, improve your skills and meet new friends and playing partners, all whilst experiencing a welcoming environment.

Please contact the secretary (Christopher Oldrey) for further information, by either calling 01323 892442 or send an email to [email protected].


The Ladies’ Section of Seaford Golf Club warmly welcomes new members to join and enjoy our busy golfing calendar throughout the year.

Our main playing day is Tuesday, when we have tee times reserved from 10am for competitions, open to all our full, flexible and trial members. If you would like to take part in these, please feel free to join in by booking a tee time on the computer and registering in the Pro Shop. You’ll find a useful history of our competitions and their formats within the members’ area of this website.

We also offer a full diary for golfers who enjoy playing competitively against other clubs. We take part in the county’s divisional team knockouts, Morrice Fours, Kathleen Ryder, Jerdein Memorial Salver and President’s Team competitions, in addition to the Daily Mail Foursomes and the biggest national competition for lady club golfers, the Coronation Fours.

Our section is run by a Ladies’ Committee, whose members jointly organise the year’s events, and whose key responsibilities are posted on the noticeboard next to the Ladies’ Office. If you have a query or need help, please don’t hesitate to ask them.

Happy golfing!

Kathleen Riders Foursomes

Thursday 13th June  – Winners

The winners of the Kathleen Rider Foursomes at Royal Eastbourne on Thursday 13th June.

A great achievement considering there were 45 clubs taking part in the competition.

Below – L to R: Sally Coole, Sally Moxon, Jentje Knuppe and Eleanor Linton.