Green Fees during the 149th Open
Walk in the footsteps of the pros this summer and play at some of Kent's iconic courses, including championship links and holes where history has been made.
Whether looking for an early morning round of golf before you head over to Royal St George’s to watch the action unfold or you're planning to extend your break in Sandwich with a round or two after the championship, or maybe you are looking to explore our award-winning courses further afield, take a look at the green fees for some of our favourite courses that will be opening their doors to visitors in July.
Former hosts of The Open, Prince's will be welcoming visitors to play a round, with tee times available from 11th - 20th July. While here you can expect superb playing surfaces and courses which each have their own characteristics, while showing the incredible amount of work that has gone into redeveloping them over the last few years. Just a few minutes from Royal St George's, the course is perfectly placed for your very own thrills after witnessing the action of the 149th Open.
Described as one of the finest downland courses in Europe, London Golf Club is a must on any golfing tour of Kent. Offering Jack Nicklaus designed championship golf, the International Course recently hosted the Volvo World Match Play and Regional Open Qualifying. While the Club’s Heritage Course will also play host to the European Tour’s English Open, the 2021 Cazoo Classic in August. With visitor tee times available for the International Course, it's a great place to come and test out your skills this summer.
Be sure to keep checking back as we will be adding even more tee times and green fees from other Kent courses.