Deal returns to pinnacle

Added on January 15th, 2012 by
Posted in New courses reviewed

Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club, finest golf coursesThe history of Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club (pronounced as in ‘sink’ and usually called Deal) is dominated by two major themes; firstly by the Club’s long-running hosting of the ‘Halford Hewitt’ tournament and secondly by disastrous sea incursions which sadly forced The Open Championship there to be re-assigned to Royal St George’s (one mile up the coast) in both 1938 and 1949.

It is exhilarating to report that over the last eight years the Club has promised a return to the very highest standards that are the pinnacle of the running game and the R & A has awarded it The Amateur Championship in 2013 (last played here in 1923 and 1982).

Click here to see FineGolf’s full review of Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club

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