The stunning white cliff that can be seen from several Kent courses
Known throughout the world as the garden of England, Kent has over eighty golf courses in the region, including three Royal courses and three Open Championship courses. Kent was also the first county to have a golf course outside of Scotland when King James I played golf on Blackheath. The course has since moved from the heath to Eltham but still retains its Royal connection and Monika to this day.
Kent and Surrey are also the two counties that I grew up learning the game of golf, I feel blessed that I was able to experience the many varieties that Kent has to offer from Links to parkland, heathland and over the last 20 years American type courses. Courses steeped in history and those just starting out on their journey will no doubt make their mark over the coming decades.
This section will grow as I start to play, video and review old favourites along with the many new courses that have emerged over the last 20 years. And with most golf courses being about an hourís drive or train ride from central London. All are accessible to the visiting golfer who wants to see the sights of London with their family but not miss out on being able to play an Open Championship, Royal Course or one of the many hidden gems the Kent countryside possesses.
Royal St Georges Golf Club
Princes Golf Club
Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club
North Foreland Golf Club
Canterbury Golf Club
Walmer and Kingsdown Golf Club
Hever Castle Golf Club
Leeds Castle Golf Club
The London Golf Club, Heritage Course
The London Golf Club, International Course
Royal St George's 5th holeRoyal Cinque Ports 15th North Foreland's 3rd hole
The early morning mist starts to lift on Prince's Dunes 9th hole
Swans swimming on the moat that surrounds Leeds Castle