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Kington Golf Club
Bradnor Hill Rd
Kington, F7 HR5 3RE, United Kingdom


+44 154.423.0340
At 1,100 feet AMSL, Kington Golf Club has the highest elevation of any course in England. Visitors are welcome; the summer walking rates are £28/round or £37/day on weekdays, then £34/round or £42/day on weekends and bank holidays. Societies are also welcome with prior arrangement.
  
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Course Details

Type:Semi-Private
General Manager:Nigel Venables
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (No Denim)
Season Start:Year-round, weather permitting




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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
5/26/20 Darren Williams 84
8/21/19 Alan Forsyth 86
6/8/19 Martin Jones 82
5/29/19 emyr.saer@btinternet.com
5/29/19 Andrew Weston 84
5/18/19 Alan Forsyth 82
8/22/18 Alan Forsyth 88
5/13/18 Tim Davies 86
11/26/17 Tim Davies 84
11/19/17 Tim Davies 79
11/8/17 Tim Davies 78
11/5/17 Tim Davies 78
10/1/17 Tim Davies 82
9/2/17 Tim Davies 82
8/25/17 Tim Davies 83
7/30/17 Tim Davies 80
6/25/17 Tim Davies 84
6/18/17 Tim Davies 80
6/11/17 Tim Davies 82
6/4/17 Tim Davies 81
5/21/17 Tim Davies 79
10/10/16 RoyTrotter 94
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Recent Reviews

  AnthonyHereford - 4/21/13
I've just played Kington and it has to be the loveliest course I've played yet. It is a links-style course with fairways that have bumps and hollows, and fast greens some of which seem to perch on the edge of a precipice making the approach a nervy one.

It is up and down so if you aren't fit hire a buggy or get the electric trolley out, but the elevation changes make you think more and it makes a great change to flat parkland courses.

All the way around the course I was accompanied by the sound of skylarks singing, and the views from every hole are worth the visit alone. The ferns and gorse makes accuracy crucial and in the summer the greens will be fast.

Dan, the pro was very helpful and Paul behind the bar gave the friendliest welcome you could ask for. I was looking for a club to join and I've just found it.

I caught it on a busy spring day - just after the winter snows had finally gone and the members had taken advantage of it and were out in force, but I still loved it.

This is a course that is worth visiting for the challenge of links type golf, and the sheer joy of playing somewhere with such wonderful views.
  firechief42 - 10/26/12
LOTS OF SHEEP AND SHEEP SHIT ON THE FAIR WAYS GREENS WERE GOOD.
  arog1354 - 10/20/11
Stunning heathland course and outstanding scenary, great to visit but wouldn't want to play it regularly without a goat to negotiate it with!
  staffies4me - 6/29/11
  Barny12 - 6/5/11
  jynx359 - 6/2/11
  KevinJMorrill - 8/18/10
  lennny - 5/3/10
  ballyboy - 5/2/10
  jonty1 - 1/3/10
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