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Southern Valley Golf Club
Address Southern Valley Golf Club, Thong Lane, Gravesend,
DA12 4LF
Telephone 01474 740026 / 568568 (Bookings)
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Holes 18 built to the highest standards and designed in the style of a traditional links course. Excellent year round drainage.
Yardage 6211
SSS 69
Visitors Pay and play visitors welcome.
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Societies Welcome by previous arrangement, phone 01474 740026
Green Fees
9 holes B, B weekends
18 holes C, D
Course Designer Weller/Richardson - 1999
Location Situated in Shorne just south of Gravesend in Kent, off A2 J4 at top of slip-road turn left into Thong Lane & continue for 1 mile

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Played here with a Society on August 2013. Possibly the worst course I have ever played world-wide. Greens were in a terrible state, no sand in bunkers, difficult to distinguish tee blocks from course, rubbish around the course, just horrible.
It's a shame really as there were some nice holes. I think that money is short here, hence the state of the course - really needs a strong make over and perhaps it might be worth playing in the future.
Mark: 2
Value For Money: Poor
Gordon Gove September 19, 2013

Played 9 holes for £14 today. First time I've played here even though it is nearest my home. I will never play here again. Can't tell the difference between the fairway and the rough most of the time. Greens are terrible. Worth playing here once just so you appreciate your usual club. The queues to tee off tells me there is no real booking system. Just cram as many in as you can.
Tony July 4, 2010

2/9/09 - this morning i played southern valley golf club. it would be better described as southern valley cricket club as the greens were more suitable for a twenty twenty match of cricket than golf. i have played  SVGC a few times now over the past few years and gradually the course condition has slipped every time. A new club house is being built and you can see that all the money has gone to this and the course has suffered. When i saw a greenkeeper on a mower cutting the greens I thought it be more appropriate that he use a spade to dig them up. £16.50 for 18 holes is normally good value. In this present condition £10 too much. For a course that has a great links type feel its a shame its got to this condition. Im no greenkeeper but the damage to the greens tee boxes and fairways looks in places if not everywhere terminal. The club should put a sign up or advise paying players of the poor condition. sorry but i cant think of anything positive about this !
paul September 2, 2009


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