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Woodlands Manor Golf Club

Woodlands Manor Golf Club

Tinkerpot Lane
TN15 6AB
Tel: +44 (0)1959 523806

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Woodlands Manor lies in the triangle formed by the M20, M25, and M26. Yet once you leave one of these motorways and you begin the short journey to Woodlands, you enter a different world. Or, to be more specific, you enter an official Area of Natural Beauty. Woodlands lies half way up a stunning valley on the North Downs. Our mature parkland golf course offers the distinct advantage of draining quickly and remaining dry even during periods of prolonged wet weather. In Winter and Spring while most Kent golfers are playing in wellies, on temporary greens, conditions at Woodlands Manor remain firm and fast. We never have temporary greens. You’ll enjoy a challenging but playable layout with a good balance of holes and spectacular countryside!

Our 10-acre practice facility is one of the best in the area and is conveniently located directly in front of the clubhouse. It includes a grass driving range, short game area, chipping and putting greens and a practice bunker. Quickly improve your game with lessons from our PGA, Professional, Phil Womack.

Woodlands Manor offers a membership programme for every golfer, every budget, and every lifestyle. As a serious bonus, your annual subscription provides free access to 27 excellent golf courses as part of The Golf Club Network. Is there a better golf deal in all of the United Kingdom?

Our clubhouse is the perfect venue for weddings, meetings and banquets. When you book with us, we hold your hand throughout the planning process and are on-site during the event to make sure that everything runs smoothly.

Most important of all we pride ourselves on our friendly staff who provide the very highest standards of customer service and like to say “YES!” to make each and every visit more enjoyable for you! The golf course at Woodlands Manor was first constructed in 1928 and laid out by J.H. Taylor, the six times Open Champion. J.H. Taylor and Henry Cotton played the opening round of the course. During the 2nd World War the course was closed in 1941 in the “Dig for Victory” campaign and reopened in 1968, the majority having been redesigned by Neil Coles built on chalk.