We are proud to present 3 of the finest links courses...
Located almost end to end in the south-east of England. Royal St. George's, Royal Cinque Ports and Prince's Golf Clubs make up this triumvirate of world class golf courses looking over the historic waters of the English Channel. All three have hosted Opens, major Championships and feature in many Top 100 rankings.
Furthermore they are easily accessible to the travelling golfer: 2 hours from London Airports and a mere 10 minute journey between the three Clubs.
Book a stay in the area at the Lodge at Prince's or other fine local hotels and play all three courses.
The Hagen 54 event
Take part in a 2 Night 3 Round package playing three of the country's top Links Championship Golf Courses. You will play Royal St Georges, Royal Cinque Ports and Prince's and enjoy a Welcome Night BBQ and Prizegiving Dinner.
Walter Hagen, The Walter Hagen Story
Anyone who knows the coastal links in Kent, south-east of London, will remember there are three links, adjoining each other. Deal, the first, Sandwich directly east, known as the Royal St. George's, then a little south of Sandwich and east lies Prince's links. While we were in London for the 1920 British Open, Jim Barnes and I started one morning to play the three links as if they were one. After playing eleven holes on the Deal course, we hopped a fence over to Sandwich and played ten holes there, crossed to Prince's links and completed all the holes there, coming back to the original starting place. We finished the remainder of the holes on the Sandwich and Deal layouts, ending up on the eighteenth at Deal. Scores? I've forgotten. We weren't trying to break any records. We were just lucky to go that far. We did it for fun.