Welcome to Kington Golf Club which one previous visitor described as 'the most beautiful golf course in the world'. While beauty is in the eye of the beholder surely that description is intriguing enough to entice golfers of all abilities to visit and try it for themselves. We are sure that you will be rewarded with a unique golfing experience.
Kington Golf Club has the highest 18 hole course in England rising to 1,284 feet but do not be deterred as the majority of the climbing is done in your car to the Clubhouse. The golf course, which was designed in 1926 by Major Cecil Hutchinson who also designed Gleneagles, is situated on National Trust land and overlooks the market town of Kington and the rich agricultural County of Herefordshire with its ever changing patchwork of fields and woodland.
As you play your round, enjoying the springy moorland turf and exhilarating mountain air, accompanied by skylarks, magnificent panoramic views open up to you from the Malvern Hills to the east to Clee Hill and the Shropshire hills to the north and from Radnor Forest to the west to The Black Mountains and The Brecon Beacons to the south-west.
You will be very warmly welcomed to the Club and our PGA Professional will be only too pleased to look after all your golfing needs. You will be able to enjoy the bar and superb catering and refreshments and sit in the Clubhouse or on the balcony and continue to enjoy the stunning views.
We hope and feel sure that you will be saying to yourself that you must come back and bring your friends.