Boasting two unique courses, The Championship Links and The Warren, Littlestone GC offers our members and visitors the chance to play their golf on superbly presented and managed links courses. Both cared for by the same team of excellent greens staff and both sharing the same stretch of Romney Marsh land, they offer two unique golfing experiences for lovers of the game.
The courses are laid out on the natural undulating links land between the famous Romney Marsh and the English Channel in the South East corner of Kent.
The coastline enjoys a unique microclimate that makes it one of the driest places in Britain.
Littlestone Championship Links is recognised as being one of the top 100 courses in England and one of the top Links courses in the whole of Great Britain and Ireland, indeed a report by Alistair Beggs, STRI Agronomist and advisor to the R & A, states that the greens are 'magnificent and they are some of the best examples of firm, true and well paced putting greens in the UK'. Founded in 1888, it has hosted many major championships and has a long and distinguished history. The Club is once again justifiably proud that it was chosen as a final Qualifying course for the 2011 Open Championship.
Littlestone Warren offers a shorter but no less challenging game. Offering both Pay & Play and Membership opportunities, Littlestone Warren (formerly Romney Warren) is a popular destination for golfers of all abilities. Extended from its original 9 hole layout in 1993 to a full 18 holes, it is a naturally rugged links which is attached to the Championship Course.
Which ever course you choose, you can be sure of a very warm welcome at Littlestone Golf Club.
We are happy to announce that we have taken delivery of a brand new fleet of Toro equipment.
1st week of August 2016
Championship Links Course: Course Open -Littlestone GC 16th Fairway
All Green Keeper workings (Hollow Tine Holes and Cores) on the second half of The 16th fairway are to be treated as G.U.R and relief may be taken under rule 25-1
Director of Golf
Warren: Course Open - buggies allowed