From the North, Kington is on the A44 via Worcester and Leominster, From the West, take the A411 Hereford road. Kington is 71 miles from the centre of The West Midlands.
The traditional clubhouse has fine views looking over the superb 18th green and back up towards the 18th tee. There is always a very friendly welcome at this most sociable of clubs. The club has just been awarded the Golf Mark Plus honour for its impressive Junior set up. Green fees and society packages are some of the most reasonable around. An important feature is the year-round playability of the course. The free-draining heathland terrain means Kington has no use of winter greens and is eminently playable when other local courses can be water-logged.
For those who enjoy something a little bit different in their golfing rotas, this picturesque course on The Welsh Borders is an ideal location. Kington is a unique challenge for an inland track and will test your creativity and shot-making to the full in a most enjoyable and fun way. Untouched by the march of modern golf club ‘progress’, Kington’s charms are fully deserving of a wider audience.
A lot of courses have moments of individuality and contain something a bit different to the norm but few can match the consistency of quality that Kington also produces. There is never a dull moment during an endless run of unique holes. The course is bags of fun, very funky, wholly fascinating and continually entertaining yet, most importantly, always challenging.
Kington was recently voted #1 course in Herefordshire by www.Top100golfcourses.com and appears in National Club Golfer’s list of Top 100 courses to play for under £100.