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Prince's Golf Club

27 hole Championship holes which runs along the beautiful South East coastline of England

Prince’s Golf Club

A close neighbour to Royal St George's Golf Club, Prince's Golf Club first opened for play in 1906. Since then, the club has developed a course that now comprises of 27 holes in three loops of nine - the Himalayas, the Dunes, and the Shore. Prince's Golf Club has featured as a Local Final Qualifying venue for the Open Championship each time it has been held at Royal St George's. In 1932, Prince's itself played host to the Open, and in 2006 the Ladies' British Amateur Championship was played here.


Caddies available: Yes (Request in advance through Links Golf)

Practice facilities: Driving range. Short game area. Practice nets.

Dress code: Appropriate golf attire. No denim. No caps in the Clubhouse.

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