The regional qualifier for the England Golf Club Team Championship amateur golf tournament will take place at Hever Castle Golf Club on 12 May.
Important information: the competition is open to teams of 4 with a combined handicap of between 24 and 96.
Teams need to include at least one man and one woman, but can be from different clubs.
After playing 18 holes the best two Stableford scores per hole count towards the team total.
In addition,those qualifying in the amateur golf tournament heat will go through to the national final at Woodhall Spa.
Most importantly, entry, which costs £25 per player, is now open via the England Golf website.
Club general manager Jon Wittenberg said: “We are very much looking forward to hosting this prestigious event and providing amateur club golfers a Championship length golf course to test them, while enjoying the unspoilt, natural surroundings of the Hever Castle estate.”
About Hever Castle Golf Club:
It was in the 1920s that golf first featured on the estate when a private 9 hole course was built for owner William Waldorf Astor’s personal enjoyment in the grounds where today’s Championship Course lies north of the Hever lakes.
The golf course proved a valuable tool for the Astor’s to entertain friends, family and for business.
The original course survived until the Second World War when it was sadly abandoned during the War effort.
The present day Championship Course was created in 1992 and the Princes 9 Hole Course opened in 1998.
The course is one of the best golf courses in Kent and has been built to the highest specification and are a great test of golf in Kent for experienced golfers and beginners alike.