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Darenth Valley Golf Club

Darenth Valley Golf Club,Shoreham,Sevenoaks,Kent,England
Address Darenth Valley Golf Club, Station Rd, Shoreham, Sevenoaks, TN14 7SA
Telephone Clubhouse, Society/Function Bookings: 01959 522944
Professional's Shop/Golf Bookings: 01959 522922
Website www.dvgc.co.uk
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Holes Beautiful 18 hole gently undulating well draining parkland course
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Yardage 6258
SSS 71
Visitors Pay & play. Unrestricted, may book a tee off time up to one week in advance
Societies Golf societies (groups of 12 or more) welcome during selected tee times each weekday and during some weekends, packages available, contact office
Bromley Ladies The Bromley Ladies Golf Club is based at Darenth Valley
Green Fees
Winter: peak time: C weekdays, D weekends
Course Designer Founded in 1973 by Michael Cross.
Location Set in a beautiful Kentish valley, 1m E on A225 between Otford & Eynsford. M25 J 3/5
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Facilities
Corporate Hospitality days, Conference facilities, Weddings, Functions
Teaching academy, Driving nets, Short game area
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Turned up with partners to play their 'free draining, chalk based course' to find that there were 18 temporary greens despite the website stating 'course open as usual'. Dismissive pro shop said we are open as usual just with 18 temp. greens! Previous experience told us these were poorly selected, badly cut and non maintained random circles.
Drove 10 minutes to Lullingstone where we enjoyed a round on their excellently kept 18 holes with no temporary greens and just one temp. tee in the trees on the 18th. Excellent bacon roll too.
Mark: 0
Value For Money: Poor
Steve Mortby January 16, 2014

I played this course on a Tuesday in Mid November 2013 on a bright, sunny day and found the greens to be in a beautiful condition and very receptive to a well struck approach shot. All the bunkers were neat, tidy and very well raked (not that I went in many!). The tees were all level and well maintained. There were a few leaves about, but it's very late Autumn, so they're not unexpected. The course will probably look stunning when all the trees are in full leaf in the summer. The green-keeping staff should be rightly very proud. It's not a long course by modern standards, with some sensible par 4s and 5s where you can score well. There are two strong (and very nice) par 4s - stroke index 1 and 3, halfway through the front 9. A par at both of these two holes is well earned. For a 'pay and play' course, this is definitely worth you visiting, whatever your skill level. The pro-shop is well stocked, with attentive staff. There are two driving nets, a good putting green and a practice chipping area. The clubhouse before and after the round looked after me very well. I'd recommend their bacon sarnies! (Round played: 19/11/13 - Score: 73 Handicap: 5.4) Did I enjoy it? Yes; Did I play well? Yes; Will I be back? Yes
Mark: 9
Value For Money: Good
Bob Holman November 19, 2013

A lovely parkland course set around the Darenth Valley footpath amongst Battle of Britain Kent. The fairways are forgiving and the bunkers, tees and greens are very well kept. Snow mould has recently affected condition of the greens, but nevertheless , still playable. Value for money is excellent at the moment. Twilight golf (after 11am) is £10 weekdays and £15 weekends. A lovely welcoming clubhouse and staff are very friendly. Highly recommended to all. If not for the golf then certainly for the breathtaking views and walk at least! Value For Money: Good
Mark: 9/10
Darren March 29, 2011





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