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The Clubhouse

Knole Park Golf Club is unique amongst golf courses in the United Kingdom as it is situated within 1000 acres of outstanding parkland, home to the finest deer herd in the South East.

The course was designed by J Abercromby and winds its way magically through Knole Park with stunning vistas not only of the Park, but of Knole House itself.

The Club was formally opened in 1924 and has always had a reputation as the finest inland course in Kent and for being a friendly and welcoming place for golfers whether they be Members and their guests, or visitors from this country or overseas.

Knole Park is a Members club that respects its traditions and history with a forward thinking approach. The club is managed via various committees that report to the main Management Committee that is chaired by the Club Chairman. All administration of the club is carried out by the Secretary's office.

The Clubhouse

Central to the function of the club, the clubhouse offers a welcoming atmosphere for members and visitors alike.

The golf course, its immaculate condition, and its magnificent setting is what Knole Park is famous for; but equally the clubhouse, much of it original, offers a warm welcome to returning golfers or members and their guests enjoying a quiet meal or drink in the company of their friends.

Our conservatory and dining room look directly onto the course and in the summer, long evenings can be enjoyed on the South facing terrace and in the winter a roaring log fire provides a welcome back to the clubhouse.

A squash club created many years ago provides an additional sporting facility for members.

The Dining Room
The Club dining room is used daily by Members their guests and visitors whilst enjoying a stunning view of both the 1st and 18th holes. There is an extensive menu including daily specials and the ever popular Sunday carvery prepared and served by our in-house catering team.