Striking a rare balance between modern ambience and historic charm, Prince's Golf Club offers 27 Holes of outstanding championship links golf in an idyllic coastal setting. Having undergone a significant redevelopment since 2017, the club held the prestigious 2023 Women's Amateur Championship and hosted the Final Qualifying for The Open Championship from 2018 to 2022. The club is now ever-present in all Top 100 Great Britain and Ireland rankings and is embarking on perhaps its most ambitious period in modern history since hosting the 1932 Open Championship, famously won by Gene Sarazen. Prince's also boasts wonderful on-site accommodation at The Lodge, with views over Sandwich Bay and Royal St. George's, with a 2AA Rosette dining experience available at The Brasserie On The Bay.
A more than worthy neighbour of legendary Open venue Royal St George’s, Prince’s is very much a stunning historic links in its own right. It may literally be overshadowed by St George’s but Prince’s certainly doesn’t fall short in the pedigree department.
I feel that rather than signature holes and face-value fun, the three loops of nine have real strength in depth and offer a golfing challenge equal to many of our finest links.
Rob Smith, Golf Monthly
Individual players, societies and golfing groups are welcome 7 days a week. Packages can be tailor made to suit golfers’ requirements.
Situated at the entrance of Prince’s, The Lodge has 12 bedrooms across two floors, each with club storage and tea making facilities as well as a further two doubled bedded suites.
These modern, contemporary designed apartments provide the ideal space for groups, families or those who are attending events a place to relax, rest and refresh.
Women in Golf Charter
Prince’s Golf Club is delighted to be part of the Women in Golf Charter to develop a more inclusive culture within golf for women and girls across all levels of the sport and industry.