Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club
5 July 2012
Kent Invicta Charity announces its golf challenge event at the prestigious Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club, near Deal in Kent on 5 July 2012.
Whilst Scotland is regarded as the home of golf, the seven mile strip of wonderful links land along the east Kent coast joins Lancashire as the only other area in England which has staged the Open Championship.
The Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club is traditionally laid out on a narrow stretch of land extending to Sandwich Bay, with views over the Channel towards France. The natural links terrain has been subtly used to provide a wide variety of challenges. On almost every hole there is an abundance of large sand dunes which establishes the undulating character of the course and makes it unique. Unlike most other courses the fairways are just as undulating and it is seldom that a completely flat stance can be obtained other than on the tees. As with all traditional seaside links, the wind is a major factor which has to be taken into account when deciding on club and shot selection.
This is your golfing challenge! To participate in a 4-ball team for the Kent Invicta Charity Trophy at one of the country’s finest golf venues. Your support with taking a team (or two!) will give you and your guests one of the most memorable days they will experience this year.
“All the proceeds will go the Kent Invicta Charity, in support of its work with children and young people in Kent. I look forward to welcoming sponsors, supporters and guests to what will be a special sporting occasion.” Kevin Dougall, from Priory Land and chairman of the charity.
More details and booking form to follow…