Kent's unique golf offering spans right across the county, but its rich tradition and history takes us back over a century, as now it prepares to be home yet again to the greatest and oldest golf prize, The Open, which is back at Sandwich and Royal St George’s during the summer of 2011.
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We have more than 100 different golf courses to play on, ranging from world-famous links to iconic modern design from the greats of golf such as Nick Faldo and Jack Nicklaus.
Our transport connections to Europe, London and the south east of England offer visiting golfers a fantastic chance to play and stay in our Garden of England.
It is your opportunity to relive those famous moments by playing where some of the legends of the sport have built their name and helped shape the history of golf.
Kent has so much choice in terms of accommodation and the famous 19th hole, that your visit here will truly be a memorable one.
So come on a journey, and let’s see if it’s Tiger reborn or your own day of destiny out on the great courses of Kent.
Kent Garden of England
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