High Elms Golf Club in Kent, just 10 minutes from Bromley and Orpington, presents an enjoyable challenge to players of all standards. High Elms Golf Club is a public course that puts some private clubs to shame. You can ‘pay and play’ throughout the year or join High Elms Golf Club on 5 or 7 day membership with NO JOINING FEE .
High Elms Golf Course has long historical associations with Kent, Charles Darwin and the Lubbock family. High Elms Golf Course is set in attractive woodlands of High Elms Country Park and is a joy to play. High Elms Golf Course, par 71, features many tree-lined fairways and strategically placed greenside bunkers which call for accurate driving and well placed approach shots. With its variety of mature trees and well-established greens, High Elms Golf Club is a public course of outstanding character and quality, try it for yourself.
High Elms Golf Club resident golf professional Steve Green, can help you get the most from your golf with individual or group tuition and holiday coaching for children.
High Elms Golf Club enjoys excellent bar, restaurant and changing facilities making it a particular favourite with golf societies and for private functions. The pro-shop or catering staff will be pleased to provide booking details.
Members of the public can book up to 4 days in advance (booking fee applies) or take advantage of a 'Booking Card' which offers 6 days advanced bookings for tee off times.
Pay and play customers are welcome, but you are advised to contact the course prior to attending, in order to secure a tee off time.
High Elms Golf Club offers a full programme of club matches with other Kent based clubs, competitions and yearly Golf Festival hosted by the club.
Apart from the normal mental challenges of golf, High Elms Golf Course gives you plenty of other things to think of, uphill and downhill lies, sidehill lies, doglegs and the 13th, unlucky for many regular players. It may only be a 224 yard par 3 from the white tees, but out of bounds left and right, uphill and over 3 bunkers to the green, means that although it is stroke index 2 on the mens card, many believe it to be the hardest hole on the course. Do not be put off though, play it as a par 4 and walk away happy.
The 17th from the white tees is also a very challenging hole, drive through a tunnel of trees that only looks a few yards wide, if you get through an open green awaits.
Of the easier holes (is there such a thing!), the 2nd, 3rd and 11th should all be par 4's for the taking but stray from the straight and narrow and a bogey 5 or worse will be waiting.
Most regular players would agree that if you get a handicap at High Elms Golf Club, you will find other courses seem a lot easier and therefore players seem to play better than handicap at other courses.
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