Bearsted Golf Club is a traditional 18-hole parkland golf course with fantastic facilities. The course is located in the Garden of England, just a mile or two away from Kent. With tree-lined fairways, Bearsted Golf Club provides a tough but fair challenge to even the most serious golfer, with stunning views across the North Downs.
The pristine fairways and luscious greens have been there from 1895 when the Bearsted Golf Club was first established. The third hole is the hardest hole on the golf course – Named the ‘Sir George Hampson’ after famous English Entomologist George Hampson. The hole is a long dogleg from left to right with two bunkers either side of the green willing to catch any stray balls. Bearsted Golf Club is a sight to behold and recommended by other golfers who have played there! Be sure to drop in to the clubhouse following your round.