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Deangate Ridge Golf Club - Kent, United Kingdom

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Deangate Ridge Golf Club, Deangate, Kent, ME3 8RZ, United Kingdom

01634 251180
Length: 6300yds | Holes: 18 | Par: 71

About the Golf Club

Designed by Hawtree and opened in 1972 by the world-famous boxer Henry Cooper, Deangate Ridge is truly a golfing gem.

Overlooking the Medway estuary, this pay-and-play, par 71 course with magnificent views and an exceptionally high standard of fairways and greens offers a challenge to golfers of all standards, from beginners to professionals.

Warm-up for that important game or simply come along and practice and improve your swing. This 11-bay, covered and floodlit range has a variety of targets to aim at, for either long drives or pitching.

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Posted on Unknown Date
by Anonymous

A decent golf course with fantastic greens. Everyone who has played it with me for the first time cannot believe it is a council run course. The greens would not look out of place on a championship course (And I have played a few)

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