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Royal St George's Golf Club


Consistently ranked among the leading golf courses in the world, Royal St George's occupies a unique place in the history of golf, playing host in 1894 to the first Open Championship outside Scotland. Set among the dunes of Sandwich Bay, the links provide a severe test for the greatest of golfers. Only four Open winners (Bill Rogers in 1981, Greg Norman in 1993, Ben Curtis in 2003 and Darren Clarke in 2011) have managed to remain under par after 72 holes. The undulating fairways, the borrows on the greens, the strategically placed bunkers, and the prevailing winds that blow on all but the rarest of occasions; these all soon reveal any weakness in the player. There are few over the years who have mastered all the vagaries in one round.

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- 18 holes, 7204 yds, Par 70.

Green fees £190 per round 

Fees are for guidance only. Please contact the club to confirm prices.

Societies Booking required

Course designer Dr Laidlaw Purves

Visitors Mon-Fri except Bank Holidays. Dress code.


Trolleys for hire. Buggies for hire. Clubs for hire. Club shop. Driving range. Putting green. Practice area. Changing rooms. Bar. Lunch. Tea and coffee.

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1.5m E of Sandwich

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