About the Club
Kings Hill Golf Club opened in 1996, designed by David Williams the course is set in over 200 acres of undulating terrain. The 6,600 yard par 72 golf course has been built to the highest specifications with USGA standard Greens and Tees.
With a large investment made in the drainage system and set on free draining Kent sandstone the course is an ideal all year round facility course at all times.
The course has been designed in two 9 hole loops with the 9th and 18th green directly outside the club house, so golfers can watch the golfing drama unfold from the luxury of the club house. Ideal for any golfing day.
Kings Hill Golf Club was built as a part of the overall Development of Kings Hill, built on the site of the original West Malling Air Field. The aim of the course is to rediscover the original nature and wildlife of the area.
Kings Hill offers golfers of all standards a great day of golf in relaxed modern surroundings. The club house has relaxed dress codes; soft spikes are compulsory on the course but may be worn throughout the club house. The Club House can cater for up to 80 golfers with changing rooms for both men and ladies.
From M20 - take Junction 4
At top of slip road take the A228 towards Tonbridge and West Malling. half a mile to major traffic light junctions go straight on to West Malling by pass (Ashton Way). Continue for about 1 1/2 miles, at next roundabout take left exit to the kings Hill development. Follow the dual carriage way through the Business Park to a roundabout with a large silver ball in the centre, take the exit straight on through brick archway towards Kings Hill villages. Follow the road until next roundabout, take the left exit. Keep on this paved road, straight on at next roundabout and follow right towards the Clubhouse. At the next roundabout take right exit and the Car Park entrance is immediately on the left.
A26 from Tunbridge Wells or Tonbridge
At Mereworth turn left and take the A228 towards West Malling. Take the right exit at the first roundabout heading to Kings Hill, and a short way along this road is a roundabout with a large silver ball in the centre, take the right exit through the brick archways. Follow the road until next roundabout, take the left exit. Keep on this paved road, straight on at next roundabout and follow right towards the Clubhouse. At the next roundabout take right exit and the Car Park entrance is immediately on the left.