Littlestone Golf Club
Saint Andrews Rd
Littlestone, G5 TN28 8RB, United Kingdom

+44 1797.363.355
Littlestone is a high-level links course laid out on the natural undulating land between the famous Romney Marsh and the English Channel in the southeast corner of Kent. The coastline enjoys a unique micro-climate which makes it one of the driest places in Britain. This club also happens to own the land over which the adjacent (and separate) Littlestone Warren golf course runs.

Standard visitor rates on weekdays are £65/round and £80/day, while weekend rates are £80 and £100, respectively.
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General Manager:Stuart Fullager
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt & Slacks
Season Start:Year-round, weather permitting
Pro Shop :yes
Short Game Practice:yes with sand bunker
Water Hazards:Scarce
Sand Bunkers:Moderate

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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
10/19/20 Christopher Bates 86
10/18/20 Christopher Bates 89
10/13/20 Christopher Bates 93
10/12/20 Paul Wilkin 77
10/6/20 Christopher Bates 93
9/28/20 Mark Stonham 97
9/22/20 Christopher Bates 83
9/15/20 Christopher Bates 93
9/11/20 Christopher Bates 92
9/1/20 Christopher Bates 89
8/18/20 Christopher Bates 92
8/15/20 Christopher Bates 94
8/13/20 Illtyd Foster 88
8/11/20 Christopher Bates 84
7/21/20 Christopher Bates 88
7/20/20 Christopher Bates 85
7/18/20 Christopher Bates 87
7/17/20 Christopher Bates 85
6/26/20 Christopher Bates 82
6/25/20 sean kelly 89
6/24/20 Christopher Bates 87
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Recent Reviews

  nick848 - 5/21/12
It may be links, but for sea views read concrete wall. However plays really well with great greens. As always the wind can ruin your day.
  dickthedoc - 4/20/11
when the skylarks are up, the wind is down, and the sun is shining, it has to be one of the greatest places to golf
  PaulSav - 8/3/14
  Racer29 - 9/22/13
  SimonHobbs - 11/25/12
  crossroger - 9/26/12
  JohnSpry - 8/22/12
  Bigjack666 - 8/7/12
  PaulWaters - 7/13/12
  NBLUNT - 5/11/12
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