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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Congratulations to Sharna Dutrieux on winning the Kent County Ladies Championship held at Rochester & Cobbam GC on Wednesday 15th April. Sharna came through a 36 hole qualifying competition and knock out stages to defeat Tita McCart of Sundrige Park 4 and 2 in the final. There was also success for Karen White who won the Consolation Plate for non qualifiers.
Karen White, Sharna Dutrieux and Debie Gorin
In the Seniors Championship Wrotham Heath were well represented with Debbie Gorin taking second place losing in a closely fought final and Terri Linskey getting through to the semi finals.
Well done to our ladies!
Member Terri Linskey is heading to England Golf’s Grand Medal Final after she booked her place in qualifying last week at Royal Blackheath G.C.
Playing off an 11 handicap, Terri finished in second place out of a field of over 100 golfers from the South East with a net score of 72 and will go on to play in the Grand Medal Final at Frilford Heath in August.
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