The 6255 yard par 70 downland course is situated in beautiful countryside between the Forest of Blean and the coast, with magnificent views north-west over the sea to the Isle of Sheppey, the Thames estuary and Southend-on-Sea and beyond, whilst to the north-east the view stretches over the North Sea to the entrance of the English Channel. The course was opened on 5th of May 1924 by Abe Mitchell.
Societies and visitors can expect an exhilarating and eventful day at Chestfield. We can cater for small or large groups and are happy to customise a day to your exact requirements. Here at Chestfield we deliver the complete package that consistently exceeds the expectations of visitors or guests. What better way is there to impress than a golfing day that is a memorable experience?
Start the day with a challenging round on our 18 hole golf course and why not stop off at the Tee Fore 2 hut on the 13th for a cup of tea and bacon roll. Relax in our Clubhouse before dining in our superb restaurant, for a light lunch or evening meal.
Located on the south east coast, our Club is easily reached by all modes of transport. Just a few minutes from Whitstable, famed for its oysters and seafood, the town dates back before the writing of the Domesday Book and has a distinctive character and ambience. So why not make a weekend of your visit, we would be happy to make recommendations to suit your genre. Just contact a member of our hospitable team.
- Pro Shop: Yes
- Driving Range: Yes
- Chipping Area: Yes
- Putting Green: Yes
- Buggy Hire: Yes
- Pull-cart Hire: Yes
- Club Hire: Yes
- Teaching Pro: Yes
- Walking Allowed: Yes
- Cards Accepted: Yes
- Policy Here: No
- Dress Code: Proper attire required
- Website: www.chestfield-golfclub.co.uk
- Telephone: +44 (0)1227 794411
- Email: email@example.com
- Address: 103 Chestfield Rd, Whitstable CT5 3LU
18 Holes from £20.00
In October 2018 Chestfield took over the running of the catering, bringing it in house has allowed us to offer a far better service with longer opening hours. The Catering is being led by Clubhouse Manager Jo de Wit, Jo has been managaing our bar for the last four years taking it from strength to strength so she was the natural choice to merge the two departments together. Joining us on this venture are chefs Steve and Pat bringing a wealth of experience to the team.
The distinction of possessing the oldest building used as a clubhouse in the world has been claimed for more than one golf club, but it is difficult to imagine that any can seriously challenge Chestfield whose home at Chestfield Manor is mentioned in Domesday and it is recorded that the Manor was once a gift from William the Conquerer to his half brother Bishop Odo.
The present clubhouse building is of 15th century construction which has been lovingly restored and furnished to provide a uniquely beautiful lounge with comfortable chairs and a first floor restaurant that is available for visiting players and friends, serving excellent cuisine. Be careful when returning to the top of the stairs in the restaurant – it is uphill! When the reconstruction and refurbishment of the clubhouse was complete in November 1984 the members had the pleasure of the company of Peter Alliss to perform the opening ceremony.