Surrounded by stunning Kent countryside and enjoying views across the North Downs, Westerham Golf Club offers a test of accuracy to even the most experienced golfer.
Opened in 1997 and built to USGA specifications, Westerham has secured its place amongst the best of Kent golf courses and is a popular choice for all golfers.
What style is the course at Westerham Golf Club?
Designed by course architect, David Williams, Westerham is an 18 hole, par 72 course which stretches over 6,200 yards from the competition tees (5,958 off yellow).
Built to USGA specifications and with full irrigation throughout, the course offers year round play.
Enjoying a mature setting, the course encompasses established forestry, tree-lined fairways, water features and bunkers, for a challenging and engaging round of golf.
What is the feature hole?
Said to have been born out of the great storm of 1987, the 189 yard, par 3, 11th is a picturesque hole played from a raised tee, through a clearing of tall pines to a 2-level putting surface. Protected by 3 bunkers, the green drops away to the left and rear, so accuracy is essential to walk away happy!
What sort of course features can the player expect?
Westerham's course features 3 lakes which present hazards on the 2nd, 9th and 18th holes - the latter 2 of which play out in front of the clubhouse, for added pressure!
The course is also peppered with strategically placed bunkers throughout, which, combined with the wooded areas, make for an interesting round.
Westerham's course is popular with golfers of all ages and abilities who return time and again to enjoy its varied play and picturesque setting.