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Reason to Visit Golf Courses in Kent

golf in kentSummer is on its way and with the recent warmer weather we have been enjoying many of us will be starting to book mini breaks and holidays.

Here are five reasons why pro and budding golfers should visit golf courses in Kent:

Kent has some of the finest golf courses in England

The golf courses in Kent include some of the finest in England Kent is far more than the home of the breathtaking White Cliffs of Dover and the major link to France it is also home to some of the finest landmarks in the country, including the majestic cathedrals in Canterbury and Sandwich, not to mention some stunning golf courses that any golfing enthusiasts to enjoy playing on as well as taking in the breath taking scenery.

Kent has hosted many golfing events

Kent has been host to the British Open on many occasions, Princes, Royal Cinque Ports and more recently at Royal St Georges Golf Club host for the 2003 Open that was won by Ben Curtis. More modern designs include Nick Faldo's layout at Chart Hills, a wonderful parkland course in the heart of the county, and the two impressive courses at London Golf Club

Golfers can enjoy a variety of different golfing venues

Kent has lots of golf courses that offer a delightful mix of old and new, traditional and modern. There are plenty of high quality golfing venues for corporate and society golf alongside opportunities for excellent value golf course breaks for both pros and beginners.

Locals and visitors can enjoy thriving memberships

Many golf clubs in Kent offer the option for a country membership and the chance to escape the hustle and bustle of city life for a game at weekends. For local residents in Kent there are lots of local golf clubs who all offer introductory courses for those interested in taking up golf at any stage of life from beginners to professionals.

People of all ages and abilities can enjoy golf courses in Kent

Golf courses in Kent will extend a warm welcome to visitors as well as offering a thriving golf club membership in Kent for anyone looking to enjoy the social side of the game. As anyone who already plays golf already knows, as a hobby it allows you to breathe in the countryside fresh air taking in the stunning views whilst enjoying some light exercise that is less strenuous than other sports allowing men and women of all fitness abilities and ages to enjoy to socialising with others.

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