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The warmest welcome awaits you at Sheerness Golf Club, an 18 hole semi-links golf course with many natural hazards to test golfers of all abilities.
Visitors are very much welcome to the historic Isle of Sheppey's only 18 hole golf course, a regular host of inter-county matches and Kent Golf Union championship events.
I played Sheerness golf club in the Kent Championships. It’s on the Isle of Sheppey so not far from the sea but it’s a marshland course (not links) with various water hazards that you need to think about as you go round. It has a high water table so is very susceptible to flooding or casual water – something worth thinking about if you are visiting. The greens are small and often raised, and they were in excellent condition when we played. They generally aren’t surrounded by penal bunkers which means you can often run the ball up rather than requiring high shots into the green. It’s a fair course, there are lumps and bumps on the fairways but they aren’t big enough to cause the depressing diversions into the rough that you get on a true links. The clubhouse and food were excellent and we were given a very friendly welcome. If you are in the area this would be a pleasant course to play in good weather – but even if the sun is out the local suggest you come prepared for a cold wind.
|Are the tees rated for women?
|Are there on-course toilet facilities?
|Does the pro-shop stock women's gear?
|Was the green fee value for money?
|How would you rate the women's changing rooms?