The Copse

Located at The Park Course, The Copse, is home to our brand-new Short Game Area and Short Course facility designed by Golf Course and Golf Academy specialist Architect, James Edwards of EDI Design.


The Short Course

Our brand-new short course is made up of six holes ranging from 50 to 90 yards, which meander around the Evergreen Oak and Pine Tree. Whether you want to play a game with your friends before heading out onto the course, head out after a hard day at work or just practice your scoring shots, the Short Course at The Copse, is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy your golf. Scoring is optional, music is encouraged and fun is compulsory!

Short Game Area

The Short Game Area is made up of five different zones for you to practice your chipping, pitching and bunker play, all centred around our large 900m2 Academy green. The five zones have been created to offer real life challenges that you will face on the course, be that an uphill shot, a downhill shot, across the green or the flop shop, the Short Game area will test you and get you ready for the course. We also have a 400m2 putting green for you to use before you head out onto the course.
14 months to build and grow in
6 holes to play on at the Short Course
5 zones within the Short Game Area

Short Game Solutions

Join our Head PGA Professional Christian Fogden as he introduces Short Game Solutions. Designed to help you in and around the green, these masterclasses will take place on The Copse with different lessons on bunker play, chipping, putting and green reading.

Golf at Goodwood

Our Other Courses


Park Course

5584 yards - 6650 yards, Par 72

Designed by the renowned golf architect and player, Donald Steel, The Park Course winds effortlessly around the beautiful 18th Century parkland surrounding Goodwood House.


Downs Course

5505 yards - 7134 yards, Par 72

One of the oldest golf courses in Sussex, the Downs course consists of fast-running fairways, undulating greens and dramatic changes of elevation in the downland valleys and hills which are both a treat and a challenge to true golf fans.



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