Prince's Golf Club has three 9-hole loops - The Shore, The Dunes and The Himalayas. Each loop is different in nature and each has undergone recent redevelopment, which included work on all 97 bunkers on the course, including the daunting Sarazen Bunker.
What style is the course at Prince's Golf Club?
The course was originally designed by John Morrison and Guy Campbell, but recent renovation has been carried out under the guidance of Troon Golf and European Golf Design, to bring the standards at Prince's up to those at some of the very best courses in the country and beyond.
What is the feature hole?
The par-3 fifth hole on The Himalayas loop plays towards the sea, and is a signature hole. The long, par-5 second hole can be stretched to 615 yards, and is quite a challenge.
What sort of course features can the player expect?
Prince's also has a number of unique and challenging bunkers, including the rather infamous Sarazen Bunker. There are also plenty of fast greens and fairways.