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North Foreland Golf Club - Kent, United Kingdom

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North Foreland Golf Club, Broadstairs, Kent, CT10 3PU, United Kingdom

01843 862140
Length: 6436yds | Holes: 36 | Par: 71

About the Golf Club

North Foreland Golf Club, Broadstairs - situated on the Kent coast at the point where the English Channel becomes the North Sea, is a cliff top downland course that offers seaside golf at its very best.

With a view of the sea from every tee and every green, North Foreland is a free running chalk downland course, and possibly Kent's premier all-year-round course - confirmed by the number of returning visitors and societies.

Originally a nine hole course, it was expanded when Lord Northcliffe bought additional land in 1912 and employed Fowler and Simpson to design the full 18.

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Posted on Unknown Date
by Anonymous

I,ve been a regular visitor to North Foreland over the last 20 years.It is a course that offers enjoyment in any season.In the height of Summer on a calm day it can be an 'ego booster'as the fairways allow lots of run.Play it later to feel the force of the wind over the headland and appreciate how tough the course really is. It is always in great condition with the greens offering testing putts over a fast running surface with subtle slopes.The rough is tough but fair and there are great coastal views. The Clubhouse is welcoming with a good selection of Ales and Lagers and the food is great value and well prepared. While you're there make a point of playing the Par Three course.It's great fun and a real test. One thing to remember is to make sure to get good directions to the course as it is a little out of the way but is well worth the effort.

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