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#53 Today's Golfer/ Golf World Top 100 Inland Courses GB&I 2022

#2 Today's Golfer / Golf World Top 100 Courses under £35 GB&I 2022

# 3 Golf World Top 100 Courses £60 and under 2021. GB & Ireland (Today's Golfer)

TOP 100 Courses £60 and under GB and Ireland

Golf World Top 100 Courses in England 2021 (Today's Golfer)

Golf World Top 100 Courses in England 2021

#1 Golf Course in Herefordshire (

#5 in UK golf courses under 6000 yds (Golf Empire)

2019 ‘Hidden Gem’ (Golf Monthly)

#54 Top 100 golf courses in England (National Club Golfer)

In Top 5 inland courses with Panoramic Views (Golf Monthly)

#18 Top 100 best value for money golf courses in Great Britain (National Club Golfer)


Review by Golfshake

Kington is the highest 18-hole course in England and stands at 1,284 ft above sea-level at its highest point, but as the website states; “do not be deterred though as the majority of any climbing is done in the car on the way to the Clubhouse!”

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Review by YouTuber, Peter Finch


Review by Midlands Golfer

“Golf at the Highest Level”

For those who enjoy something a little bit different in their golfing rotas, this picturesque course on The Welsh Borders is an ideal location. There is never a dull moment during an endless run of unique holes.

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Rob Smith, Golf Monthly

“England’s highest 18-hole course is blessed with perhaps the finest golf views in the country”

There is often a tendency for over use of superlatives and hyperbole. For once this is impossible to avoid. This is the 469th course I have played in England and I am happy to sum it up by saying that if there is an inland course with finer views anywhere in the country I have yet to play it"

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Ed Battye, Golf Empire

“There’s something quite remarkable about Kington. It has what I call the “Double Q” factor; Quirk and Quality.”

It has a similar eccentric personality to many other hilltop layouts as well as good turf, natural contours, kooky features and plenty of undulation.

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Tom Doak, Golf Course Architect

“You'll remember Kington long after you've forgotten some of the championship links”