year-round golfing at
A true Sussex sporting institution. Golf has been played on the scenic course at Cowdray for well over a century.
Its combination of sandy soil with the latest in irrigation and sprinkler systems means superb conditions can be maintained.Find out more
Enjoy the River Rother
Cowdray has excellent Fly Fishing opportunities on the River Rother, from a day pass to season pass for individuals to small fishing groups including corporate fishing days.
Your fishing trip can be hosted by our ghillie who can provide tuition if required.Find out more
Have a go at
Clay Pigeon Shooting
Clay Pigeon Shooting is available for groups and corporate events in addition to individual lessons at our shooting school, based north of Midhurst. The school caters from the complete novice through to the accomplished shot.Find out more
Get closer to nature on a
Cowdray offers guided wildlife tours over the Estate. You will have the chance to see wildlife in its natural habitat.
Our experienced Ranger is on hand to guide you to the best wildlife viewing spots and knows every inch of the terrain.Find out more
Learn to play polo with the
Coaches at the Cowdray Park Polo Academy have extensive polo backgrounds and offer private lessons, group lessons, corporate days and instructional chukkas. Lessons include all aspects of polo, including stick work, polo style riding and, stick and balling - guaranteed to enthuse non-riders and riders alike.Find out more
The home of British Polo
Cowdray Park Polo Club
Polo has been played on the Estate for over 100 years. Today, approximately 450 matches are played on the world famous Lawns throughout the summer months.
The highlight is the Gold Cup for the British Open Championships which takes place from late June until mid-July. It attracts the best Polo teams from around the world, competing for this prestigious trophy. Spectators are welcome throughout the season.Find out more