For over 125 years golfers have enjoyed the beautiful wooded course and warm hospitality the Wildernesse Club has to offer. Founded in 1890 the Club has a proud heritage and today is a private members' club with an unassuming style which conceals a very special place for both members and visitors to enjoy the game we love.
Often considered the best inland course in Kent, during its history Wildernesse has been honoured to host many prestigious golf tournaments and is currently used by the R&A as a Regional Qualifying Course for The Open until 2019.
Whether you are planning to visit us for the day, would like to join our membership or wish to hire our facilities for a private occasion we look forward to hearing from you and welcoming you.
Henry Longhurst, the renowned golf writer and commentator wrote of Wildernesse:
“I often think that golf is something of a sin in such a lovely setting.
The plodding golfer, his eyes glued to the ground and his thought confined to the prosaic details of his task, sees nothing of the beauty that is on every hand”
Information on Wildernesse Golf Club , Park Lane , Seal , Sevenoaks
Course Statistics: 18 Holes, 6539yds (White Tees), Par 72.
18 Holes, 6157yds (Yellow Tees), Par 72
Green Fees: Apr to Oct: Mon to Fri 18 holes £65, Day £95. Nov to Mar: Mon to Fri 18 holes £45.
Visitors Info: Visitors are requested to provide handicap certificates before play. Bookings should be made in advance by calling the Secretary on 01732 761199.
Societies Info: Golf days are available Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays throughout the year. Packages available, please enquire.
Date Founded: 1890
Designed by: Original designer unknown, design changes made by James Braid in 1929
Catering: A breakfast and lunch menus are available throughout the day in the Clubhouse bars. The main dining room can seat up to 60 and serves a traditional Sunday carvery.
Clubs for Hire: Yes
Motorised Cart for Hire: Yes
Driving Range: Yes
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Review of Wildernesse Golf Club
Posted on by Steve LCustomer visited Feb 2013
A well designed course with a lot of work in place on remodelling and installing bunkers. This is well worth a visit but be wary of a degree of snobbery by some members as this is a course where fees attract such people. That apart you will very much enjoy this great test of your handicap.
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