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Royal St. Georges is one of the most famous of all English clubs. Founded in 1887, it has hosted the British Open fourteen times, last in 2011. The course largely retains the structure of the original circuit, but almost all the holes have been lengthened and the greens transferred from the then fashionable dells to the plateaux which modern practice now prefers. The round starts with a 442 yard, par 4, which is unreachable in any kind of wind. The first par 3 comes at the 3rd, statistically it is one of the most difficult Open holes despite being the only Par 3 on any Open Championship course without a bunker.
(Back Tees 7,204 Yards / Par 70)
Kent, located in England’s Southeastern corner, is known as The Garden of England, but among golfers it is also known as a Mecca of Golf!
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