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A unique golfing challenge in Kent
Kings Hill Golf Club was founded in 1995 on an area of open heathland and woodland on the rolling slopes of the lower greensand ridge in central Kent and has since matured into a testing inland links. The course architect, David Williams, made excellent use of the natural features and gently undulating topography to create a course that has quickly established itself as one of the best golfing challenges in Kent. The course is characterised by traditional links turf, carries over heather and rough to narrow, fast running fairways and beautifully sculptured greens full of character and deceptive slopes. The course enjoys an excellent free draining geology and coupled with full USGA specification greens and tees makes it the driest inland course in all of Kent whatever the time of year.
Whether you're an accomplished golfer or a beginner looking to improve your game, you'll get a warm welcome at Kings Hill Golf Club. Come and experience the challenging beauty of our links style course, mixing heathland and woodland, or take advantage of our short and long game practice area with its renown golf teaching academy or use our friendly clubhouse facilities for dining and entertaining.
The Club prides itself on a warm welcome extended to all golfers and our aim is to ensure that all visitors have a very memorable day. Whatever the occasion our staff are here to see that you enjoy your day and will want to visit us again.
GOLFMARK AWARD FOR KINGS HILL
We are delighted to announce that Kings Hill Golf Club have been accredited with Golfmark (incorporating Clubmark) which is a national scheme that identifies and recognises junior and beginner friendly golf facilities to proven high quality clubs, who are also recognised by Sport England as Clubmark facilities.
This is a significant achievement for us as we are only 1 of 19 other golfing facilities registered in Kent to have been given this award. Nationally we are only 1 of 600 out of approximately 2,500 registered clubs in the UK. Many congratulations go to our Professional Teaching Staff for all their efforts and support in this achievement!