Golf Clubs Find your local Golf Club
Deangate Ridge Golf Club - Kent, United Kingdom
Golf Club Details
Deangate Ridge Golf Club, Deangate, Kent, ME3 8RZ, United Kingdom
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.
Golf Club Services
Welcome to the Deangate Ridge Golf Club webpage on Imagine Band. We are a friendly club and...
Deangate Ridge Golf Club has a busy calendar of tournaments and games throughout the year.
At Deangate Ridge Golf Club we organise regular social events.
Is This Your Club?
Is This Your Club?
If Deangate Ridge Golf Club is your club, please contact us at ImagineBand.com so that we can...
Golf Club Noticeboard
Look at the members' notice board or contact the club for an update on times available for visitors
See our restaurant and bar for the special Christmas menu
Click here for Imagine Golf's tip of the week;
Why not pop into the Pro Shop to discuss our winter coaching packages
We are now offering a special deal on video analysis
Why not purchase a coaching voucher as a Christmas gift
The Pro Shop has just taken delivery of our Christmas stock with some great new lines
There are some great deals on drivers and putters
Check out the new wet weather range
The event diary is currently being compiled for 2010. Look at the notice board or contact the club for more details
We have special winter warmer packages for visitors contact us for more details
Map is currently loading...
Associates of this Golf Club
Posted on Unknown Date
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)
Add a Review
In order to add a review you must be logged in.