Thorndon Park has been a members golf club since 1920.
The 6492 yard par 71 oak lined course is set on 240 acres designed and laid out by Harry S Colt and C H Alison.
The highest part of the course is 300 feet above sea level and from the clubhouse you look south across miles of rolling country to the long line of Kentish hills in the distance.
Everywhere there is masses of room so that one hole does not encroach on another. Many of the fairways run between banks of trees mostly oaks some of which are at least 500 years old.
The eighteenth hole is quite stunning with the palladian magnificence of Thorndon Hall site of the old clubhouse lending a delightful backdrop to an enjoyable round of golf. The whole course is lucky to have ideal inland golf turf for most of the ground was a deer park which nearly always ensures good golf grass. However much rain falls it drains away promptly into the lake.
The lake itself provides a challenge early on in a round. The greens are famed for their speed and trueness and the fairways are known for their springy turf. Overall Thorndon Park provides a calm and peaceful setting for a challenging round of golf.
Sorry, this club has not added their Membership prices.