Verdant golf course featuring an 18-hole, par-69 course, plus a driving range, footgolf & a cafe.
From music events to family fun days and dementia-friendly activities, there’s also a wellbeing room with exercise classes and Mum & Baby Yoga. Celebrate special occasions in our fully licensed function room. Close to Junction 6 of the M20, near Maidstone, Kent, why not stop for a break? Enjoy a walk in Cobtree Manor Park or visit the open-air museum. Dog walkers, wildlife watchers, cyclists and bikers are all very welcome. Free parking and a family of friendly ducks!
- 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.mytimeactive.co.uk/cobtree
- Telephone: +44 (0)01622 753276
- Email: n/a
- Address: Chatham Rd, Sandling, Maidstone ME14 3AZ
Although Kent is famous for cobnuts, the name Cobtree probably comes from the Anglo-Saxon word cop, meaning summit. You’ll certainly enjoy the views from the golf course.
The course is part of the Cobtree Manor estate, which was left to the public by Sir Garrard Tyrwhitt-Drake and was once home to Maidstone Zoo. This was Tyrwhitt-Drake’s private animal collection, and included tigers, wolves, and kangaroos.
The land has been farmed since prehistoric times. In the 16th century it was owned by politician and poet Sir Thomas Wyatt. William Spong, who lived there in the 1830s, is thought to be the model for Mr Wardle in Charles Dickens’s The Pickwick Papers.