Society of Kent Golf Captains

The Society of Kent Golf Captains

About Us

Membership

Membership  is available to Captains and Past Captains of eligible KentGolf Clubs.  The Society objectives are the preservation of good fellowship fostered  by the game of golf and the advancement of all those things in the Royal  and Ancient game which promotes its interests. Friendly and competitive  golf events are arranged throughout the year in addition to matches  versus other counties and groups. The Society activities include the  encouragement of charitable donations to benefit disabled children in  the county of Kent.

The Society is a non-profit making private organisation.

Member Clubs

 Ashford.  Aquarius. Bearsted. Broome Park. Bexleyheath. Canterbury. Cherry Lodge.  Chestfield. Chislehurst. Dartford. Eltham Warren. Faversham.  Gillingham. Hawkhurst. Hythe. Knole Park. Lamberhurst. Langley Park.  Littlestone. Mid Kent. North Foreland. Princes. Rochester & Cobham.  Royal Blackheath. Royal Cinque Ports. Royal St. George's. Seasalter.  Sene Valley. Sheerness. Shooters Hill. Shortlands. Sidcup. Sittingbourne  & Milton Regis.

St.  Augustines. Sundridge Park. Tenterden. Tunbridge Wells. Walmer &  Kingsdown. West Kent. Wildernesse. Woodlands Manor. Wrotham Heath.

Eligibilty

eligibility rule: (a) Membership of The Society is open to Captains and Past Captains of 'Members'  golf clubs and of such other golf clubs approved by the committee,  situated in the UK in the county of Kent or its London environs  (formerly the county of Kent). (b)  All applications for membership from current & past captains of  eligible golf clubs are subject to the approval of the committee.  Application forms are available and may be downloaded from our Home  page. It is a condition of membership of the Society that all members  give consent to the processing of their data by the Society. Our policy  on Data Protection may also be downloaded from our Home page.
​ (c)  The Committee may at any time withdraw approval of any golf  club mentioned in paragraph (a) of this rule, but without prejudice to  the right of any existing member to retain their membership of the  Society.