• Overview

    The Pegwell Bay, Ramsgate

    The Pegwell Bay Hotel is located on the Pegwell cliffs, and offers stunning panoramic views over the English Channel.  The Pegwell Bay Hotel is a hotel with tremendous character, excellent rooms, great service and super cuisine.  The hotel has recently opened its Seaview Bar and Restaurant, where you can sit outside on the balcony, overlooking the bay and relax and unwind after an enjoyable day on the fairways.

    Prince’s Golf Club

    Prince’s Golf Club boasts 27 holes of championship links in three 9-hole loops, The Shore, The Dunes and The Himalayas. Each loop has its own unique characteristics that have recently benefited from substantial investment and redevelopment. An impressive array of 97 revetted bunkers, includes the now famous Sarazen Bunker.  Rolling greens and seaside breezes make for challenging golf, at what is one of the finest links courses in England.

    North Foreland Golf Club

    Established in 1903 in Broadstairs, North Foreland Golf Club is steeped in history. Its elevated location above Kent’s white cliffs ensures stunning panoramas of the English Channel and the east Kent countryside from every hole.  Broad fairways disguise a tricky layout where strategically placed bunkers lie in wait whilst the layout also demands accurate, solid second shots in order to hold the greens. Testament to the quality of its championship course, North Foreland was chosen as one of the Final Qualifying Courses for the 2003 Open Championship.

    Littlestone Golf Club

    Founded in 1888 and a little further west from the trio of Prince’s, Royal St George’s and Royal Cinque Ports, Littlestone Golf Club is another wonderful, traditional championship links course laid out on naturally undulating land and its own range of sand dunes.  Set between Romney Marsh and the English Channel, this stretch of coastline enjoys a unique microclimate making it one of the driest places in England. The course today reflects design input by a host of great course architects.  Originally laid out by Laidlaw Purves, the course was tweaked by James Braid at the turn of the 20th century and then modernised in the 1920s by Alister MacKenzie. Following the WWII, Frank Pennink made a number of bunker modifications whilst Donald Steel and Peter Alliss advised on minor changes in 2000. Throughout its long and distinguished history, the course has hosted many major championships and was chosen as a Final Qualifying Course for The 2011 Open Championship.

    Walmer & Kingsdown Golf Club

    Established in 1909, the Walmer & Kingsdown Golf course is based high up on the very edge of White Cliffs country between Dover and Deal.  James Braid designed the course around the natural landscape and made sure it was rich with panoramic views and an abundance of plants and wildlife. It is a stunning downland course set on top of the White Cliffs offering great views of the Channel.

    Canterbury Golf Club

    Harry Shapland Colt, one of the finest course designers to have ever lived, created the masterpiece that is Canterbury Golf Course. In 1927 the course opened for play and it has been evolving ever since. Its 80th year has seen changes to the 18th hole. A reshape and reinstatement of the traditional gorse and broom has made the closing hole at Canterbury one of the best.  A super course with which to conclude our golf tour of Kent.

  • Itinerary

    Sunday 3rd June:

    – Check in to the Pegwell Bay Hotel, Ramsgate
    – Dinner at the hotel

    Monday 4th June:

    – Breakfast
    – 18 holes Prince’s Golf Club
    – Dinner at the hotel

    Tuesday 5th June:

    – Breakfast
    – 18 holes North Foreland Golf Club
    – Dinner at the hotel

    Wednesday 6th June:

    – Breakfast
    – 18 holes Littlestone Golf Club
    – Dinner at the hotel

    Thursday 7th June:

    – Breakfast
    – 18 holes Walmer & Kingsdown Golf Club
    – Dinner at the hotel

    Friday 8th June:

    – Breakfast
    – Check out of the hotel
    – 18 holes Canterbury Golf Club

  • Booking Procedure

    To book a place or places on any of the David Short Golf events, please just use the Enquire Now button and complete the Online Enquiry form.

    Iain and his team will then book your place(s) and send your confirmation details within 24 hours. With the initial confirmation details, will come a request for a deposit, which is £50.00 per person for UK events, £150.00 per person for European overseas events and £250.00 per person for longer haul holidays.

    Two months prior to the commencement of each event, you will be sent an invoice for the balance of your booking, with an acknowledgement of the payment once received. Two weeks prior to commencement of the event itself, you will be sent a Travel Pack, which will include the contact details for David or Barney, the transport arrangements where applicable, the itinerary for the event, contact details for the accommodation, as well as the names of the other members attending the event.

    David or Barney will then meet you on the day of arrival.

    Please feel free to contact Iain at any time with any queries or amendments that you may have.

Price Per Person


£ 985.00

Single Room Supplement:   

£   30.00 per person per night

For this event we can take:
12 clients

Notes on the Prices:

The price includes services of your PGA Golf Professional Host, Barney Puttick, accommodation, breakfast, dinners, golf, prizes and VAT

Notes on the duration of stay and number of rounds to be played.

If you are unable to attend for the full duration of the tour, but wish to attend for a lesser duration, please let us know and we will quote you the appropriate cost for your required stay. Alternatively, if you wanted to attend for five nights, but only play four rounds for example, this can certainly be done and we would adjust your cost accordingly.