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Set in 250 acres of truly beautiful Kentish countryside, on part of the original Castle estate and now under the ownership of Hever Castle, the golf club opened in 1992. The Kings and Queens Championship course, host to the Kent PGA Championship, has matured magnificently and, with the addition of the Princes' 9 holes opened in June 1998, offers a stunning array of holes fit to challenge all golfers. Water plays a prominent part in the design of the course, particularly around Amen Corner, holes 11 through 13. Courage and skill having prevailed you are then met with the lengthy stretch home, especially up the 17th, a daunting 644 yard par 5, one of Europe's longest. Awaiting your return is the magnificent Clubhouse, a charming and relaxing setting in which to unwind and recount those tales of golfing glories from your day.
Hever Road, Hever, Kent, TN8 7NPHow to Get there
From the M25 Anti-clockwise At junction 6 of the M25, take the A22 turning to Godstone, then turn left onto the A25 to Sevenoaks. After 3 miles take the Edenbridge road and follow the signs to Hever Castle and the Golf Club is 1 mile further on the right.Contact
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