MARCH 20 2021 – FROM THE ARCHIVES [MAY 10 1933] – THE TATLER – “IFIELD GOLF LINKS, NEAR CRAWLEY…IS PROBABLY ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL GOLF COURSES IN THE WHOLE OF THE SOUTH OF ENGLAND”

The Tatler – May 10 1933 – ‘Concerning Golf’ by Henry Longhurst

A VIEW OF THE SIXTH HOLE OF THE IFIELD GOLF LINKS, NEAR CRAWLEY, SUSSEX

Ifield is probably one of the most beautiful golf courses in the whole of the South of England, and is set in idyllic surroundings. At the moment, the whole course is carpetted with primroses and violets, and even if your golf is bad, there is this ever-present solace of natural loveliness. The Clubhouse itself is first-class and the Club most admirably run by the Secretary Lt.-Col. R.J. Colson, who has everything in absolutely apple-pie order.