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Welcome to Knole Park Golf Club
"We have endeavoured, and we think we have succeeded, to lay out a very good and interesting 18 holes, some quite remarkably so"
J. F. Abercromby, Course Architect
Unique amongst golf courses in the United Kingdom, Knole Park Golf Club is located within 1000 acres of outstanding parkland, home to the finest deer herd in the South East. Knole House, one of the greatest National Trust properties in the country, together with Knole Park itself, provides the perfect backdrop to this challenging course that was designed by J.Abercromby and has been enjoyed by its members and visitors since 1924.
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Set in a tranquil and natural landscape
Knole Park Golf course is regularly named as one of the top 100 courses in England by golf magazines.
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Learn to play Golf
Our PGA qualified staff offer the highest quality coaching
Book a lesson with a PGA Instructor. Academy membership includes six individual and six group golf lessons.
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Long established Members Club
Knole Park Golf Club offers a wide range of competitive and social playing opportunities for all ages and abilities.
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A warm and welcoming atmosphere
The traditional character of the Clubhouse offers a welcoming atmosphere for members and visitors alike.
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|The Knole Park Junior Open is on Saturday 13th July. Please click on the link for the entry form and further details. Find out more|
|The Kent Cob is on Saturday 7th September - please click on the link for the entry form Find out more|| |
|Sundridge Park Trophy 2019 2nd Round Match v Wrotham Heath Match Report
|Sundridge Park Trophy match report
As is becoming normal, our illustrious Captain Roger Sargeant was in warmer climes on the day of the match, and 1st reserve Captain (James Rawlins) made some abstract excuse about work in Germany, while Mike Cavanagh (Captain-elect) threw some curve-ball and therefore it fell upon the shoulders of myself to Captain the match. From a possible squad or around 30 players, we managed to just about scramble the 8 players required for this handicap category.
Our opponents of the day, Wrotham Heath, turned up for the pre-game snack and were in good humour. However, the weather did not match their optimistic mood, for it rained from the moment they arrived, and progressively worsened. There wasnt a dry club in the bags by the time any of us finished and it became difficult to maintain a grip on the grips, so a few interesting shots were made by most players. Ollie Boreham unfortunately lost the first game, but was under pressure to get home for child-minding duties, so fair play for turning out anyway.
After that, a succession of victories rolled in, rather like the ominous clouds above, and by game 7, we were 6-1 to the good. Tim Ewer brought up the rear (no jokes please!) and the game was apparently so engrossing that he and his opponent were still on the course while the rest of us tucked into some well-earned grub and beer. When the motley duo did come in, Tim confessed he 'threw' the last game to make them feel better!!! Final score was 6-2 to Knole Park and we now find ourselves in the semi-Finals. No doubt Roger will already be studying the travel brochures!!
Congratulations to all the Knole players who played today and many thanks to our Captain, Derek Wightman, for walking around and inspiring the troops.
Rob Wild (Sub, sub, sub-Captain)