This traditional woodland course in East Kent was designed by Harry Colt, responsible for some of the world’s best layouts.
Parkland course, 6,272 yards, full bar and catering facilities, fully stocked pro shop
Restrictions: After 9.15am Monday-Friday, after 11.30 Saturday and Sunday (subject to availability)
Discount: Two for one
Address: Scotland Hills, Littlebourne Road, Canterbury, Kent CT1 1TW. Location: One mile from centre of Canterbury on the A257 road to Sandwich
Phone: 01227 453532
Equipment Hire: Trollies and buggies booked in advance.
This traditional woodland course in East Kent was designed by Harry Colt – the man responsible for some of the world’s best layouts including Muirfield and Sunningdale. It’s a real test despite being relatively short by modern standards. Both high and low handicap golfers should both enjoy the memorable challenge. Keep the ball on the straight and narrow and you should be able to score well. The closing stretch from the 15th onwards is where the course really shows some teeth. Get it through this stretch without registering a high number.
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