Prince’s Golf Club in Sandwich England, next door neighbour to Royal St. George’s, is another gem in the Kent Coast crown of great English courses. Prince’s Golf Club is also a golf course in Britain that has hosted the Open Championship just a single, solitary time. The old original layout at Prince’s Golf Club was destroyed in World War II, bombed to submission having been an ideal landscape and location for wartime exercises, but the old Prince’s Golf Club clubhouse structure located out by Royal St. George’s 14th tee survived intact. The buildings remained standing unused for decades but the main clubhouse was moved to a more central location on the property because following the war, Prince’s Golf Club was resurrected as a 27-hole layout, with three distinctive nines, the Dunes, Shore, and Himalayas. The new Prince’s Golf Club clubhouse is located conveniently at the center of the three nines where the golfers can discuss their game at the bar.