Golfing In Kent

07.11.2016 - General

Harry Vardon apparently once said “don’t play too much golf, two rounds a day is plenty”.

Well, such is the proximity of many Kent golf courses to Keat Farm parks that not only could you play two rounds in a day, but you could play them at two different courses!
OK, you may not be flavour of the month if you are on a family holiday, but if it was a planned break with friends then why not?
From each of our holiday parks you will have easy access to golf courses ranging from pay and play golf centres with 9 or 18 hole courses, to championship length courses, and even courses associated with British Open Golf Championships.

A holiday home at one of our holiday parks is the ideal base to explore Kent’s golf courses; many of which offer ‘country’ membership for those who live outside of the area but would like to take part in club competitions when they frequently visit the area.
Our Quex Park is only ten minutes away from Birchington and Westgate Golf Club, and also from Manston Golf Centre (which also has an adventure golf course for the family). A short drive will take you to St Augustine’s Golf Club and a little bit further to North Foreland Golf Club (both just off the Viking Trail). Adjacent to St Augustine’s is Stone Lees Golf Centre with a challenging pay and play par 3 and 4 course.

Within 30 minutes from Quex Park the championship golf courses of Princes and Royal Cinque Ports surround the world famous Royal St Georges (home to 13 Open Championships, most recently in 2011).
A little further afield, in the opposite direction, you are in easy reach of Canterbury Golf Club, Broome Park Golf Club (just outside Canterbury) and Chestfield Golf Club (near Whitstable); all testing championship length golf courses.
Little Satmar Park also benefits from being close to three golf courses in Etchinghill, the testing Sene Valley and the seafront course at Hythe Imperial. With a little bit of a drive along the coastal road Littlestone provides a very stern test.

There are many golf courses you might like to explore as you travel further west into Kent.

These are all manageable in a day from our holiday parks so pack your clubs, shoes (and waterproofs!) and get ready for some windy golf on the Kent coast.
Good luck and enjoy!

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