Golf Holidays in Kent, South East & London, England

Golf Holidays in England

The 'Garden of England', as Kent is often referred to, boasts some of the best links golf courses in England, in fact you may be surprised to know that it has three British Open venues in Royal Cinque Ports (1909), Princes Golf Club (1932) and most famously the fantastic Royal St George's host to The Open Championship on 14 occasions, most recently in 2011 when Northern Ireland's Darren Clarke claimed the Claret Jug.

Of course there are far more courses to tempt you to this beautiful corner of England. Still offering Championship pedigree is The London Club which has two great golf courses on site, the Heritage course having been designed by Jack Nicklaus himself. Naturally there are just too many great courses to list individually but if you do choose Kent as the next destination for your UK golf break you will be assured of a wide variety of golf courses, an excellent choice of accommodation to suit all budgets and a growing reputation for some incredible food and drink!

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  • Famous links courses
  • Wide variety of courses
  • Great food
  • Beautiful scenary
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Eating out

You won't be short of choices in Kent, from local village pubs serving good quality pub grub to high end restaurants serving international fine dining.

Night life

It really depends on where you go, if you're near a major town you can expect a wide variety of nightlife, if not then you won't be far from a great village pub so keep you entertained in the evening.

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