Prince’s boasts a rich and enviable golf history, having hosted the 1932 Open Championship won by the legendary Gene Sarazen. More recently, the club has served as a host venue for final Open Qualifying and will host again this year when golf’s greatest championship returns to Sandwich at neighbouring Royal St. George’s.

The club has recently undergone an extensive renovation to all 27 holes on the property, working with renowned international golf course architects Mackenzie & Ebert to transform Prince’s into one of the finest stretches of links golf in the country.

The Shore, Dunes and Himalayas nines are challenging and fun in equal measure, providing a great test of golf amongst the natural dunes and wetlands with dramatic green complexes and free-draining fescue fairways.

This classic links experience delivers outstanding playing conditions all year round, making it the ideal venue for a winter golf break, as well as a superb summer venue with firm and fast turf a rare treat to enjoy. As well as three loops of championship quality, Prince’s offers top-class practice facilities including a large grass range and brand-new short game and putting area.

The spacious clubhouse has plenty of reminders of Prince’s history with photography and memorabilia of Sarazen’s famous Open win and the club’s storied past.

Societies and groups need look no further than The Lodge at Prince’s for their accommodation, which offers 38 bedrooms as well as a terrific lounge bar and terrace. Golfers can also test their putting on the extremely undulating putting green located at The Lodge. The 2 AA Rosette Brasserie on the Bay overlooking the course serves culinary delights in a wide-ranging seasonal menu of locally sourced produce.