Rochester & Cobham Park Golf Club was founded in 1891, but the course was extensively redesigned by renowned golf course architect Donald Steel in 1997
The course is a parkland venue of the highest quality, and it has been used to host international fixtures between England and France along with the Southern Qualifying for the 2012 Brabazon Trophy.
Rochester and Cobham is conveniently situated ten minutes from the M25 and Dartford Crossing in Kent.
The course is easily reached from London by car or train, and is just ten minutes’ drive from Ebbsfleet International station, where trains run four times an hour to London St Pancras and take only 17 minutes.
It teases rather than torments, and the overwhelming feeling is of a delightful place to play.
There is perhaps no better tribute to the course than the one made by its creator.
“Rochester & Cobham’s challenge appeals to all tastes and skills. There is plenty of reward for fine play but, at a less exalted level, there are no daunting carries, no hidden terrors, no endless searching for balls and no vast water hazards. It teases rather than torments, and the overwhelming feeling is of a delightful place to play,” said Steel.
The club offers a friendly atmosphere, excellent golfing facilities and a clubhouse with a relaxing environment.
Although a private members’ club, Rochester and Cobham are always delighted to host visitors and societies, and a warm welcome is always extended to those who venture to this charming Kent course.