Royal St. George's Golf Club
The golf course at Royal St George’s is set in 450 acres of SSI dune land, abutting the coast in Pegwell Bay. The course has hosted the Open Championship 14 times since it was founded in 1887, and is one of England’s finest and most challenging links golf courses. As they play the course, golfers enjoy stunning views of the Channel seascape sweeping from Ramsgate to the north, across Pegwell Bay to Deal in the South. The course is home to huge variety of rare coastal dune land flora and fauna, and provides a tranquil and beautiful setting in which to enjoy a testing round of golf. The traditional and historic clubhouse is the ideal venue from which to enjoy the best golf club lunch in the country after a game.
One of the world’s great sporting events will return to the south east of England in 2020 when The 149th Open is played at Royal St George’s.
The Open will return to the historic Kent links for the 15th time. It was last played at Royal St George’s in 2011 when Darren Clarke showed his mastery of links golf in challenging weather conditions to hold off Americans Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson to become Champion Golfer of the Year.
Sign up for ticket information here - www.theopen.com/TheOneClub
To start planning your own golf break in Kent, visit www.golfinkent.co.uk
Guide Dogs, Hearing Dogs and Registered Assistance Dogs welcome
Restaurant / Cafe / Tea shop
Adults: £170 Green Fee
Children: £35 Green Fee
Groups: Societies : £180
Child age range: Under 18's
Min visitors per group: 12
Max visitors per group: 72