About Addington Palace Golf Club
Introducing the Addington Palace Golf Club
The Course, 6404 yards, par 71, SSS 72, was designed by J.H.Taylor and Fred Hawtree in 1930, and is well known for its variety of demanding holes through wooded glades and picturesque parkland. Set in the grounds of Addington Palace, the previous home of Archbishops of Canterbury, the course provides an interesting challenge for high and low handicap golfers alike.
The front nine is lined with rhododendron, birch, oak, and fir, where the back nine has a more parkland feel. The 2nd and 10th holes will challenge the most accomplished golfer, and whilst playing the par three 12th hole guarded by 7 bunkers, you pass the 300 year old manor house and fountain.
The clubhouse has a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. It offers a wide selection of snacks, sandwiches and drinks to more formal meals for up to 90 people for a private function, or for smaller more intimate numbers, depending on your requirements.
Addington Palace Golf Club will leave a lasting impression in your memory and we are quietly confident that you will return in the future to repeat the experience.
The app features the Whole in One Golf GPS Range Finder and Digital Guide to playing the clubs 18 hole golf course. The App works as an virtual aid, giving you a 3D Flyover of each hole, a pin positioning system.
THE ULTIMATE TOOL FOR THE ENTHUSIASTIC GOLFER.
- GPS Distances to the Front, Middle, Back of the Green
- 3D Flyover of each hole
- Hole by Hole imagery
- Full length
- Aerial shot of Green with sizes
- Tips on pin position
- Course Information
- Latest Offers
- Club Contact details and map
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