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Broome Park Golf Club - Kent, United Kingdom

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Broome Park Golf Club, Canterbury, Kent, CT4 6QX, United Kingdom

01227 830728
Length: 6580yds | Holes: 18 | Par: 72

About the Golf Club

The Broome Park Estate was established during the reign of Charles I. The magnificent mansion has recently been refurbished to its former glory and boasts as one of its many former owners, Lord Kitchener.

The 6,580-yard parkland golf course is set within the 268-acre Broome Park Estate.

There is an Open 8 Bay Driving Range and separate Practice Grounds, where your game can be fine tuned. Open during daylight hours only.

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Posted on Unknown Date
by Anonymous

A fine Country Park course with some very nicely laid out holes. When I played in early August the greens were in superb condition. The 15th is a notable tight hole OB on left causing many to sweep their tee shot across an oncoming fairway on the right all too easily. The 18th is particularly special with a large pond protecting your approach shot, sending many players scampering for the 19th quicker than expected!

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