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Princes Golf Club

Address Prince's Golf Club, Sandwich Bay, Sandwich, CT13 9QB
Telephone Office +44 1304 611118 / Director of Golf +44 1304 626909 / 613797 (Pro)
Website www.princesgolfclub.co.uk
Email office@princesgolfclub.co.uk
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Holes 27 holes of championship Links
Explore these courses hole by hole using the Virtual G500 Golf GPS from Shotmiser: Dunes - Himalayas - Shore
Yardage Himalayas: 3417
Shore: 3630
Dunes: 3598
Par 72 - 73
35-36-36
Visitors Available all week, must contact in advance
Golf breaks at Princes GC
Tee time offers at Princes GC
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The GolfMark Award This club holds the GolfMark Award, meaning that it is a safe and fun environment for junior golfers to discover, learn and play golf.
Kings Arms Hotel, Sandwich
16th century traditional English Inn with 'home from home' atmosphere. 2 Doubles, 3 Twin rooms and 1 Single, all ensuite. Free on site parking. Just 5 minutes from the course.
Rollescourt - Luxury 4• B&B
We offer large, comfortable 'en suite' rooms that are perfect for a peaceful sleep.  All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities and television.  A separate lounge is available for guests to relax. Large car park.
Societies Welcome all week, contact in advance, golf packages available
Green Fees
F - H
Course
Designer
Sir H Mallaby-Deeley/PM Lucas
Other This is a Troon-managed golf course
Location Less than two hours drive from central London, 2m E via toll road, follow signs from Sandwich
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Facilities

• The Clubhouse, opened by Peter Alliss in 1985, offers stunning panoramic views over the course and across Sandwich Bay to the white cliffs of Ramsgate
• Outside Spikebar
• Corporate Hospitality days available / Private parties
• Buggies to be reserved with the Pro
• Driving range (see information below)
NB The former clubhouse at Prince's Golf Club has been developed into a luxury Lodge and Dormy House able to cater for 80 travelling golfers keen to sample the very best Kent golf has to offer. In addition to the Lounge, Bar, Terrace and Snooker room, The Lodge also offers a modern, contemporary dining experience in The Brasserie on the Bay.
reservations@thelodgeatprinces.co.uk
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About
Prince's
Prince's hosted the Open Championship in 1932, won by the legendary Gene Sarazen who invented the modern sand wedge, and Sarazen's own prototype sand wedge can be seen in Prince's clubhouse. The links is currently an Open Championship Local Final Qualifying venue, and has hosted events such as the Amateur Championship with co-hosts and neighbour Royal St George's, the Glenmuir PGA Club Professional Championship, the Ladies' British Open Amateur Strokeplay Championship, the EGU County Championship Finals.
Also host the 36-hole stroke-play qualifying for the 2013 Amateur Championship, along with its close neighbour Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club at Deal.
Course
Reviews

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Absolutely stunning piece of historic golfing links. Played on a beautiful sunny day in October, played the Himalayas and Shore, both in excellent condition, Himalayas the easier of the 2 nines but nevertheless a great test of golf. Shore course was very tough in the wind , but absolutely fantastic condition and the greens were superb. Well worth playing and the clubhouse and members were very friendly and welcoming.
Mark: 9
Value For Money: Good
John Townley October 7, 2011
Driving Range
Hours 7.30am - 10.00pm
Bays 20
Covered 0
Heated 0
Automatic
Teeing
0
Floodlit 0
Prices 40 balls: £2.50
80 balls: £5.00
Note that prices may have changed since date of publication






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