Stay & Play 2018

To mark the 30th anniversary of IGC we will be returning to Kent
28 April to Tuesday, 1 May 2018

We will be staying at the Lodge at Princes (or the Kings Head in Deal as a spillover).
The 30th anniversary will be something you won’t want to miss…

The following courses are scheduled to be played over this long week-end:

Royal St George’s Golf Club: “Sandwich” as it is usually called, is one of the royal standard bearers for seaside links golf in England. This Open Championship venue is a course to relish on your first and subsequent visits… read more

Royal St George’s has a strict handicap limit of 18. Those not playing RSG can still play golf on Tues, May 1st as Syd Wright has made arrangements at Walmer and Kingsdown GC  starting at 11.00 (cost £32). Contact sydwright@msn.com

Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club: Facing out onto the North Sea, this stretch of the Kent coast is home to a triumvirate of superb seaside links golf courses. All three have at some time hosted the Open Championship. The southernmost of the three is Royal Cinque Ports, also known as “Deal.”… read more

Prince’s Golf Club: Here at Prince’s Golf Club you’ll find 27 excellent holes of links golf. Just over the fence and sharing similar terrain is Royal St George’s; but Prince’s is far from overshadowed by its venerable neighbour… read more

Littlestone Golf Club: When it comes to links golf on the Kent coast, a certain trio of courses to the north (Royal St George’s, Royal Cinque Ports and Prince’s) tend to steal the headlines. But here at Littlestone you’ll find one of England’s lesser known seaside gems, and one that remains a strong favourite amongst links golf devotees… read more

Littlestone GC
Littlestone GC 
Royal St George's GC
Royal St George’s GC
Royal Cinque Ports GC
Royal Cinque Ports GC
Prince's GC
Prince’s GC

Walmer and Kingsdown GC 

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