Reasons to Visit Royal St. George’s Golf Club

  • Hosted The 2021 Open for the 15th time won by Collin Morikawa

  • A memorable Championship links layout measuring 7204 yards from the back tees,

  • Ranked the number 1 course in England in the Top 100 Courses

  • Located in Kent, just 2 hours from London & only 10 minutes from Royal Cinque Ports

Flowing effortlessly through the imposing dunes of Sandwich Bay, the golf course at Royal St George’s is nothing short of a masterpiece. Looking out over the sand dunes at Royal St George’s, bathed in golden sunlight, with the cresting waves of Pegwell Bay breaking upon the shore, is one of the most majestic sights in all of golf.

This beautiful links layout has long reigned as the best course in England, something that is sure to continue for years to come. The immense prestige and illustrious history of the club, granted royal status by King Edward VII, has made it a bucket list golf course for golfers the world over.

On Kent’s stunning east coast, Royal St George’s has hosted The Open Championship no less than 14 times, witnessing the games greatest players do battle upon its fairways for over a century. Past winners at Royal St George's Golf Club include Darren Clarke, Greg Norman, Sandy Lyle and Walter Hagen so you'll be following in the footsteps of many great champions while walking upon this fast running Kent links course. Morikawa's win in The 2021 Open Championship with a -15 total included a stunning bogey-free 66 in the final round to secure victory in his first-ever Open Championship.