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at Dale Hill Hotel & Golf Club Ian Woosnam Course
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The Dale Hill Hotel & Golf Club offer two stunning 18 hole courses in the stunning Weald of Kent. The Woosnam course was designed by the former Masters champion and constructed in 1997 to exacting USGA standards. At 6512 yards long with a par of 72 it is a demanding course that certainly rewards the accurate player from the tee. It has scenic views across the High Weald due to the courses undulations that make a buggy compulsory and Golf Weekly have likened the course to Augusta with, “elevation from the tees, sculptured bunkers, stunning views and USGA specification greens, as good as you will find anywhere in England”.
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Dale Hill Golf Course has two courses, the 'Old' of which opened in 1973. Suitable for players of all abilities it is regarded as one of Kent and Sussex's finest courses. The grand opening of the new course took place in 1997. Designed to USGA standards by former US Masters Champion Ian Woosnam, Dale Hill Golf Course now bearing his name is a challenging test for even the best.
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