Very good course set up very fairly with rough at a minimum and wide fairways the challenge being to avoid the bunkers especially the fairway traps. We were fortunate with a warm sunny day and only a slight breeze. Pro shop staff very helpful and arranged a buggy at short notice as one of our group broke his big toe a few days before we went on tour. I would strongly recommend a visit.
Reasons to Visit Littlestone Golf Club
Ranked 4th in Kent and 67th in England by Top 100 Golf Courses
Includes designs from the great James Braid & Alister MacKenzie
Located close to Championship Links courses such as Royal St George's, Royal Cinque Ports and Prince's
Littlestone Golf Club is a gem of a course, lying on the stunning coastline of the English Channel, at the heart of Kent's golfing paradise.
The club is set on the edge on Romney marsh providing the visiting golfer with a scenic walk over great links turf with the 16th tee only 100 yards from the beach. Renowned for its outstanding greens, Littlestone has previously been chosen to host final qualifying for the Open Championship when it was held at Royal St George's as well as other major golf events over the years.
Golf has been played at Littlestone since 1888 but the original design by William Laidlaw Purves, with bunkering added by James Braid, was damaged during the war and the club contacted well-regarded golf course architect Alister MacKenzie to assist with the rebuild in 1924.
Littlestone will certainly give you a good test of your golfing ability and when paired with other Kent courses like Royal St George's, Royal Cinque Ports and Prince's, is a perfect addition to a golf tour of the south-east coastline.