The golf courses in Kent are some of the finest in England, and championship golf courses are abundant, including the Nick Faldo designed Chart Hills, a wonderful parkland course in the heart of the county, as well as London Golf Club, one of the modern championship golf courses near London. Kent is the only county in the South of England to boast golf clubs hosting The Open Championship. Whilst always more famous for its Cathedral, the golf courses near Canterbury, Tonbridge Wells, and Sevenoaks are also highly impressive, but it is the links courses in Kent that provide a paradise for the golfing purist. Prince’s, Royal Cinque Ports, and Littlestone are some of the most enjoyed and inspiring golf clubs in Kent. Situated in the southeastern corner of England, its neighbouring counties include East Sussex, and Essex. Kent is widely known as ‘The Garden of England’ due to its abundance of orchards and hop gardens however the beauty of some golf courses in Kent could easily justify this tag. As well as the golf, tourists are lured to Kent by The White Cliffs of Dover and easy access to France.