Ham Manor GC | W.Sussex

Working alongside the Environment Agency, EDI has formulated an engineering solution that will raise the flood plain to minimise flooding of the black ditch and surrounds, as well as introducing new environmental habitat on the course.

Adam Lawrence & EDI presented the findings to the membership which were well received by all that attended. The golf course at Ham Manor in Angmering, West Sussex, dates back to 1936, when Henry Cotton featured in an exhibition match to mark the official opening. It now has a reputation as one of the finest in the county, but occasionally suffers flooding when the ‘black ditch’ that runs through the golf course breaks its banks, making two holes unplayable and another three inaccessible.

STATUS:  Study Complete

SLIDES: [1] Google Earth Pro Aerial [2] EDI Masterplan [3] EDI Sketch Concepts for wetlands and flood relief zones [4] 


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