18 holes | par 72 | 7138 yards | Parkland
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The East Course at East Sussex National Golf Club was the setting for the European Open in 1993 and 1994. The greens are narrow and sloping with emphasis being placed on scoring through the first nine. This, however, is easier said than done as the par 3, 8th, was statistically the hardest hole for the pros at the European Opens. Consolidation is more than acceptable on the tricky closing stretch which includes the signature 16th - a potentially card-breaking, but teasingly pretty, par 3.
East Sussex National Golf Club is located just 17 miles North East of Brighton, easily accessible via the A26 / A22.