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England’s Golfing Eden and London

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! This package includes 3 of Kent’s best, combined with 2 of the London area’s most famous courses.

Royal St. George's
Royal Cinque Port 17th Hole
Sunningdale Old 17th Hole
Wentworth West 18th Hole

The county of Kent, also known as The Garden of England, is the southeasterly corner of the Kingdom, known for the White Cliffs of Dover, the beautiful cathedral city of Canterbury, spectacular countryside, charming villages, rich history and a selection of the most challenging golf courses in all England. From some of the finest of links to be found anywhere to inland courses of the highest order, this is rare golf country where the contrasts are amazing, the quality is constant and the golfing challenge, probably unmatched on this planet.

This package combines the best golf in Kent with two of the most famous courses playable from England’s capital, London.


Day 1
Arrive England
Spend your first 4 nights in England’s Golfing Eden, Kent

Day 2
Play Royal St. George’s
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.

Day 3
Play Princes Championship (Shores & Dunes)
The three nines: the Shore, Dunes and Himalayas are each tremendously testing and being relatively exposed links, the golfer is at the mercy of the elements. A regular host of Local Final Qualifying for The Open Championship, Prince’s also co-hosted The Amateur Championship in 2013.

Day 4
Play Royal Cinque Ports
This seaside links course was designed by Tom Dunn and Guy Campbell and the club was founded in 1892. The front 9 enjoys some short par 4′s  where the opportunity to score low exists. The back 9 is much longer with long par 4′s (one over 450 yards) and you will need to come up with some big drives to maintain the low score posted on the front. The Club has been the scene of many Championships, including two Open Championships in 1909 and 1920. The Club hosted the Amateur Championship in 2013 and is one of four Final Open Qualifying venues from 2014-2017. Since 1924, Royal Cinque Ports has been home every year to the Halford Hewitt Public Schools Championship which is the largest amateur tournament in the world.

Day 5
Spend you final 3 nights in the Capital, London

Day 6
Play Sunningdale Old Course
It is pure enchantment that characterizes Sunningdale Old. Opened in 1901, Sunningdale Old was laid out by Willie Park Jr. When the club was founded at the end of the century, the whole area of Chobham Common and beyond was a barren, treeless wilderness. Sunningdale Old has become more or less enclosed, virtually every hole is played in splendid and beautiful isolation, and in harmony with nature. There is subtlety here, the drives must be well positioned to achieve the best angle and line for the second shot – accuracy being the greater virtue than power.

Day 7
Play Westworth West Course
The great architect Harry Colt took full advantage of this stretch of heathland surrounded by woodland of pine, oak and birch when he created the West Course almost 100 years ago. Fairways turn both ways and there is a wonderful flow and variety to the course, a design that had for decades stood the test of time. With recent advances in golf ball and equipment technology it became necessary to carry out a programme of restoration and modernization in order to restore Colt’s original shot values. There was no better man to head-up that sensitive task than long-time Wentworth resident and respected golf course architect Ernie Els, also a seven-time winner on the West Course.

Day 8
Depart England

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  • 7 Nights Accommodations
  • Full English Breakfast each morning
  • 5 Rounds of Championship Golf
  • Rental Vehicle
  • All local taxes

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Starting at $5,115 per golfer

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