Welcome to Wrotham Heath Golf Club – probably West Kent’s friendliest Golf Club
Wrotham Heath is a high quality, long established members golf club established in 1906 with an original Oast House as the Clubhouse. We offer a warm welcome to golfers and visitors at all times.
The course is heathland and benefits from being on a free draining sandstone ridge which makes us the envy of many courses in the area by being able to play golf all year on both greens and tees. With spectacular views across Kent, the course offers a challenge to golfers of all abilities.
Our friendly club is well located with Tonbridge, Sevenoaks and Maidstone all within a 15 minute drive and only minutes away from the M20 and M26 with good access to other parts of Kent and South East London. No tee time bookings are taken and existing members are encouraged to welcome and play with new members.
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Success for Wrotham Ladies
The final of the Lohan Trophy was played at Gillingham Golf Club between Wrotham Heath represented by Sharna Dutrieux and Heather Bennett and Chislehurst (Joely Buckland and Jo Lamb) on Sunday 13 September 2015. This competition is for members of the same club, with one being a junior under 18 years.
The Wrotham team were giving 11 shots in the match, a tall ask. Once the nerves settled down a very tight match with some good shot making evolved. Wrotham got to 3 up but were gradually pegged back to all square at 16 and with two good tee shots on 17 Chislehurst missed a chance and Wrotham led by one going up 18. A good win on 18 by Chislehurst took the match to the 19th where Wrotham prevailed when Chislehurst found a difficult lie in a bunker.
Sharna Dutrieux And Heather Bennett
Helen Venis and Ann Third enjoyed success at the recent Kent Ladies Golf Association Doxford Horses - an 18 hole foursomes competition which has been in existence for over 50 years and is open to all Kent ladies with competition handicaps. Playing at Kings Hill against a strong field Helen, who has only been a member at Wrotham Heath since the Spring, and Ann held
their nerve. The pair of trophies will be proudly held at the club for the next year.
Ann Third and Helen Venis
Visitors please note that when the course status is set as 'Frost Policy' this means that pins are placed on the front of greens and players are asked to keep off the main body of the greens when ever possible