Located a mere 12 miles south east of Central London, the testing East course at the 36-hole Sundridge Park Golf Club has been chosen by the R&A as an Open Qualifying venue in the past.
Due to routing the Channel Tunnel rail link through the course, the original C.H. Alison layout at Rochester & Cobham Park Golf Club underwent major reconstruction by Donald Steel and Company in the mid 1990s.
A Harry Colt design from 1927, the course at Canterbury Golf Club lies in a wonderful woodland setting where gorse and broom threaten wayward shots that stray from the fairways.
Laid out on cliff tops above the English Channel, the original course at North Foreland Golf Club was extended to an 18-hole layout when Herbert Fowler and Tom Simpson redesigned it in 1913.
Undoubtedly the 17th century Eltham Lodge is a worthy and fitting clubhouse for Royal Blackheath Golf Club, providing a decorous ambiance for such a historic club, and the course is enjoying a 21st century renaissance.
Golfers at Hever Castle Golf Club have a choice of 27 holes. The Kings and Queens nines comprise the Championship 18-hole layout and this fine course is complemented by the par 35 Princes nine.
Lamberhurst Golf Club dates back to 1890 and the members played on a 9-hole course until the 1970s when additional land was acquired and Frank Pennink was commissioned to extend the course to 18 holes.
J.H. Taylor laid out the 18 holes at Langley Park Golf Club over 120 acres back in 1910. With a standard scratch score of 71 versus a par of 69, the course is a testing track that has been used before for Open Qualifying.
The course at Westerham Golf Club was designed by David Williams and opened for play in 1997. It was constructed with USGA standard greens and fully irrigated fairways that allow play to continue all year round.
Situated close to the English capital, the West course at the 36-hole Sundridge Park Golf Club is a fine parkland layout that offers sweeping views of some prominent London landmarks to the north.