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Virgin Experience Days Round of Golf on the Ian Woosnam Course at Dale Hill for Two in Wadhurst, East SussexGrab a friend, grab your golf clubs, sling your bags over your shoulders and head out together to 350 acres of fine grounds and stunning views high on the Sussex Weald with this Round of Golf on the Ian Woosnam Course at Dale Hill for Two.
Found on the border between Kent and East Sussex, the Ian Woosnam-designed course at Dale Hill offers 18 carefully thought out holes constructed to USGA specifications for a true golfer’s challenge.
Surrounded by trees and natural scenery you’ll be on a championship-standard course, and as you tee off together on the first hole you can imagine a smattering of respectful applause as you artfully make your way down the fairway (or a contained groan if you manage to drive into the trees or subtle water hazards). From the first hole to the eighteenth you’ll breathe in fresh country air as you prepare for each and every shot, with undulating fairways, some monster holes and a couple of breath-taking par 3s to make you feel like a genuine PGA professional.
A parkland layout offering a decent challenge, the Woosnam course is, according to the man himself, ‘challenging enough to test the pros, yet accessible enough to be enjoyed by amateurs’.