St. Augustine’s Golf Club
St. Augustine’s Golf Club, Ramsgate, South East, England, CT12 5JN
2 reviews of St. Augustine’s Golf Club
i am a junior member there and the course at the monent is playing well in the winter or when there is alot of rain the course does get a bit boggy but always enjoyable to play but the person who posted a review before me has made a mistake the 14th hole has no dogleg left it is the 12th because you have 3 options you can try and go straight over the trees lay up for a 7 iron in form the 150 markers or try and draw it round the trees there is also the 3rd hole that is a big dogleg left where you either try and draw it round the trees or hit a straight shot to the corner and have a wedge shot in. i have only been playing there nearly a year and i am very satisfied with the course and how it plays in diffrent weather conditions
A beautiful sunny February afternoon (17 degrees!) on a rceovering course that was not too long. Undoubtedly wet when it rains, St Augustines is a shortish but fairly interesting course set under the cooling towers visible when Royal St Georges hosts the Open. A mature course with nice trees and a varied layout. Only one really stand out hole - the stroke 1 14th - where you hit for position round a slight left hand dogleg and then try to iron the ball around 170 yards into an ever decreasing funnel to a sloping green between a main road and a stream! 7 and I was lucky. Had a few pars and the par 5s are better than most ordinary courses. At £12 for a 14.00pm start good value.