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Chart Hills acquired by owner/operator of Prince’s Golf Club

11.09am 27th December 2019 - Property - This story was updated on Friday, January 3rd, 2020

Chart Hills 13th Hole 426yds Par

Prince’s Golf Club, in Sandwich Bay, Kent, has announced the acquisition of Chart Hills Golf Club by its owner and operator, Ramac Holdings Ltd, for an undisclosed fee.

Chart Hills, in Biddenden, Kent, sits in the county’s High Weald area and has been lauded nationwide as one of Sir Nick Faldo’s finest designs since opening in 1993. Chart Hills was purchased from Leaderboard by Old Thorns Hotel Group in September 2016.

Tom Marriot at HMH Golf & Leisure who handled the sale comments; “This transaction was completed in record time and enables the new owners to improve and develop the club. We have a number of other assets under offer and the market continues to be active.”

The new owners will continue to operate the Club as a key part of their growing portfolio of assets.

The club is well-known and loved by the senior management team and owners of Prince’s due to its fine reputation and relatively close proximity to Sandwich Bay. Rob McGuirk, General Manager at Prince’s Golf Club, was Chart Hills’ club champion as a member in 1996.

A spokesperson for Ramac Holdings Ltd, said: “We’re delighted to announce this acquisition and see a very bright future ahead for Chart Hills and its members.

“It’s a club and course that holds a fine modern history and upholds a strong reputation – not just in Kent, but nationally. It’s a long-term project that we’re all thoroughly excited to commence.”

Prince’s Golf Club, Sandwich Bay, Kent, is one of the oldest links facilities in the country. The club has 27 holes, extensive practice facilities and a centrally located clubhouse. The Lodge at Prince’s offers exceptionally comfortable accommodation with views over Sandwich Bay and Royal St. George’s, as well a 2AA Rosette Brasserie on the Bay.

Chart Hills Golf Club


Top picture 9th hole at Chart Hills Golf Club

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