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Prince’s Lodge & Golf Club

Sandwich, Kent, England

Prince’s Golf Club is steeped in history, offering all the hallmarks of modern championship golf in an idyllic coastal setting. Prince’s Golf Club is unique in that is has 27 holes; three courses of nine holes, which allows for numerous approaches in play. They have ample practice facilities and a centrally located clubhouse that makes a golf experience at Princes an easy walk in the park. Also, centrally located is the Lodge at Princes, which has numerous accommodation options with views over Sandwich Bay and Royal St. George’s, plus a 2AA Rosette Brasserie on the Bay. Prince’s is the perfect destination just 2 hours from London and with numerous golf courses that comprise the famous Sandwich region of Kent. The Lodge lies adjacent to notable golf courses such as Royal Cinque Ports and Royal St Georges Golf Club.

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    Golf Course Information

    The Shore 9 Holes | Par 36 | 3448 Yards

    As its name implies, the clockwise loop of nine holes initially follows the Shoreline south towards the Lodge at the entrance to the course. The opening drive is straightforward but a par 4 is still quite difficult to achieve. In contrast the drive at the par 5 second required the longest carry to the fairway of any hole at Prince’s. With its severely undulating fairway the fourth is a daunting hole even for the best golfer. The 5th is the post war 18th playing to the same green where Gene Sarazen won the 1932 Open Championship.


    The Dunes 9 Holes | Par 36 | 3432 Yards

    The Dunes forms an anticlockwise loop of nine holes five out in a southerly direction to the boundary of Royal St. Georges and four back. The dog-leg 1st hole is arguably the most difficult on the course with a narrow green , tricky to hold even with the shortest of approach shots. The par 3 second offers only temporary respite before three very testing holes particularly the 4th and 5th both challenging par fours.


    The Reimagined Himalayas nine by Martin Ebert

    9 Holes | Par 36 | 3201 Yards

    The members favourite nine has undergone a major upgrade. Renowned architects Mackenzie & Ebert have reimagined the Himalayas course.  These changes are most visible on the 2nd hole, which has been combined with 3rd hole to produce a sweeping par 5 around wetlands to the old par 3 green. The 3rd, previously a short par 4, sees the addition of 3 new bunkers down the left-hand side and the ditch on the right-hand side has been enlarged into a wetland. The jewel in the crown is the new par 3 ‘Bloody Point’ located at the far end of the course, this short hole, set against the backdrop of the sea requires an accurate tee shot to the raised green.


    The Lodge

    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. Each room has a unique format with all the modern essentials including complimentary Wi-Fi, large double or twin beds, wooden finishes, writing desks and views over the golf complex or the sea.


    The Links

    The Links Suite provides a more lavish experience with unrivalled views across the courses at Prince’s, the suite is located on the first floor overlooking the 5th green on the Shore course. Designed in a contemporary style, The Links suite boasts a private dining area, large lounge space, a large King-sized bed that’s set back in its own private space, and a sofa bed that enables functionality for families.


    The Bay

    The Bay Suite also provides something more luxurious for your stay, a large window from ceiling to floor provides uninterrupted views across the Bay of Sandwich. With a private seating area, The Bay is ideal for those celebrating a special occasion with a double bathroom vanity, and a desk for work or beauty. It comes with a large king bed that is the reason for its notoriety for special occasions.


    The Apartments

    The contemporary apartments provide the ideal space for groups, families or whose attending events a place to relax, rest and refresh. Apartments all come with golf club storage areas, complimentary Wi-Fi, tea/coffee making facilities, a well-appointed lounge with TV, two en-suite rooms and amazing views of the Sandwich region.

    Resort Dining

    The Brasserie on the Bay

    The Brasserie on the Bay is a contemporary restaurant with a wood fire-place that creates a tranquil atmosphere to dine in. Menus are created to coincide with seasonal produce, wherever possible local Kentish providers are chosen to ensure the experience you receive is of the highest quality, whilst also showing dedicated passion for native cuisine.


    Princes Suite

    The Prince’s Suite on the first floor of the Clubhouse provides stunning panoramic views over the course and across Sandwich Bay to the white cliffs of Ramsgate. Whilst the restaurant in the Prince’s Suite, which can seat up to 200 diners is a perfect venue for weddings, parties and all dinner/dance functions.


    Spike Bar

    The Spike Bar at Prince’s Clubhouse offers a warm welcome to all golfers. It is the perfect spot for a quick snack or drink before your game or after each 9 holes. Make time for some of the Spike Bar favourites: homemade Eccles cakes or the ‘Full 18’ English Breakfast will set you on your way for a day’s golf on the links!


    Lodge Lounge & Terrace

    Relax in the Lodge Lounge and enjoy a Kentish drink such as an Anno Gin with Elderflower Tonic or a Gadds Ale. The comfortable lounge offers guests and visitors alike warm friendly service and benefits from a log burning stove in the Winter months or sunny Terrace during the Summer. Afternoon Tea is also available (pre-booking is required) featuring wonderful scones with local preserves and tempting cakes and pastries prepared by fantastic chefs.

    Resort Facilities

    Facilities at The Lodge include a lounge bar, sun terrace, conference suite and snooker room. Guests can also request to use the gym and sauna/steam facilities at the nearby Baypoint Sports Club. Practice facilities at The Golf Club consist of a driving range, a chipping area and a practice putting green. Range balls can also be requested for a small fee.


    Pro Shop

    The Professional shop has a wide range of golfing goods from several manufacturers and clothing brands in stock to cater for everyone. Hardware includes leading brands such as Callaway, Titleist & Cobra Golf. We also have a quality range of Princes logoed apparel and include Ralph Lauren, Under Armour, Callaway, Glenbrae, Galvin Green, Puma and J Lindeberg. You can also purchase a Princes Souvenir; ranging from a ball marker to a 1932 Replica Open Championship Flag.


    Golf Lessons

    Prince’s offers a wide range of lessons for individuals or groups and can be customised for your needs by a PGA professional. Lessons range from 45-minute individuals to course lessons, to 8 x 45-minute lessons, all with your choice of various coaches. The Golf Club has a Trackman Pro, which utilises cutting-edge tracer technology to evaluate swing, grip, impact and stance to improve your golf game.

    How to Get There

    The Lodge at Prince’s is located just 2-hours’ drive from London on the South-east coast of England, in Sandwich, Kent. The Sandwich area is also conveniently linked to London through a rail system that makes a weekend at The Lodge at Prince’s a convenient transfer away, without the hassle of a car. Those looking to hire a car or get a transfer will be faced with a simple drive through tranquil English countryside; can assist will all your needs from getting around and staying at The Lodge at Prince’s.

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