Unique amongst golf courses in the United Kingdom, Knole Park Golf Club is located within 1000 acres of outstanding parkland, home to the finest deer herd in the South East. Knole House, one of the greatest National Trust properties in the country, together with Knole Park itself, provides the perfect backdrop to this challenging course that was designed by J.Abercromby and has been enjoyed by its members and visitors since 1924.
The Club was formally opened in 1924 and has always had a reputation as the finest inland course in Kent and for being a friendly and welcoming place for golfers whether they be Members and their guests, or visitors from this country or overseas.
Knole Park Golf course is just less than 6,500 yards from the Green (back) tees, with a par of 70 and a standard scratch of 71.
It is a course steeped in history and a truly inspiring place to play. Regularly named as one of the top 100 courses in England by golf magazines, it’s the home of the Kent Cob Open competition, and has hosted the British Senior Amateur and the English Girls championships in recent years and is hosting the Tillman Trophy in 2017.