ROYAL ST GEORGE’S GOLF CLUB

The famous Royal St. George’s Golf Club at Sandwich is the main golfing attraction on England’s Kent Coast and was venue for the 2011 Open Championship. Huge sand hills come into play at Royal St. George’s Golf Club, especially on the front nine, with the largest of these standing guard to the right of the demanding par-4 4th hole, a 2-story bunker that is one of the most intimidating sights to be found in England and the entire British Isles. Shored up by large railway sleepers, this bunker at Royal St. George’s Golf Club is called the “Himalayas” and stands 290 yards from the championship tee. Royal St. George’s Golf Club at Sandwich England is a huge golf course, with nothing even close to a parallel fairway, and the landscape is rugged and tough.