James Braid laid out the course at Walmer & Kingsdown Golf Club atop the white cliffs between Deal and Dover. In 1964, Roger Game became the first golfer in Britain to ace two successive holes here at #7 and #8. The club celebrated its centenary in 2009.
Wrotham Heath Golf Club is a real mixture of a course. It sits on the sand belt which runs along the old A25 just outside Sevenoaks.
Founded in 1916, West Kent Golf Club is set between the village of Downe and Biggin Hill Airport and the undulating downland cum parkland course in play today is a Herbert Fowler and John Abercromby design from 1925.
Located between Tonbridge and Sevenoaks, the classic parkland course at Nizels Golf & Country Club is set within a 14th century estate that was developed for golf in the early 1990s.
A very modern design by David Williams, the 18-hole layout at Kings Hill Golf Club first saw the light of day in 1995 when it opened with greens and tees built to USGA specification.
Bearsted Golf Club was founded in 1895 and there are some lovely views of the North Downs from the parkland fairways at this centurion, which unconventionally starts as it ends with a one shotter.
Founded in 1909, the easy walking downland course at Mid Kent Golf Club was originally fashioned by Willie Park Junior but has been altered several times down the years, most recently by Frank Pennink in 1972.
Featuring back-to-back par threes on both nines, the small but perfectly formed layout at Chislehurst Golf Club is an old-fashioned Tom Dunn design that dates back to 1894.
Sittingbourne & Milton Regis Golf Club was founded in 1929 but the 6,295-yard parkland course in play today is the result of a Donald Steel redesign when the club acquired new land to replace seven holes lost due to the building of the A249 link road.
Laid out on a gently undulating landscape, Faversham Golf Club’s tree-lined fairways at Belmont Park have been in play ever since the club moved to its present location in 1911.