ROCHESTER & COBHAM PARK GOLF CLUB
Rochester & Cobham Park Golf Club, one of the oldest golf clubs in England began life in 1891, known simply as Rochester Golf Club with a 9-hole course. The club moved to the present site in 1920, and in 1992 the Government unveiled the route of the Channel Tunnel rail link resulting in major reconstruction of the course, and opening of the present clubhouse in 1997.
The design for the new course was entrusted to Donald Steel, who masterminded the modern St. Andrews complex. All 18 greens are constructed to USGA guidelines and offer a wealth of subtle borrows. The course is now one of the finest inland courses in the country.
Since the new course was completed the club has hosted the Kent Amateur Championship, the Brabazon Trophy final qualifier and two International matches, as well as hosting regional qualifying for The Open Championship.
In addition to the challenging parkland course, the Club boasts excellent practice facilities, all year round golf, due to the chalk subsoil, a friendly clubhouse serving real ales & home cooked food.
The Club welcomes applications for membership from all categories of male and female golfers, from juniors to intermediates to full membership.
PARK PALE | ROCHESTER | KENT | ME2 3UL