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Chislehurst Golf Club
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The present layout is attributed to the legendary course designer Harry S Colt, adding his signature to the design of Easton Devonshire who drove himself in as the Club's seventh Captain on 1 June 1900. Other than the redesign of 'the pit' on the 7th, there has been little significant alteration since.
With an overall area of less than 70 acres, space is at a premium so accuracy has always been more important than distance from the tee.
At 5,095 yards for the Men, the course is clearly short but a SSS of 66 gives nothing away. This is clearly recognised when considering that the amateur course record of 62 for a medal round, set in 1938 by OJ Llewellyn, remained for more than fifty years before being broken by JD Murray who carded a 61 in 1993. This record was equalled in 2009 by current member Graham Kerr before being beaten in 2012 when Freddie Price shot 60 in the Kent Junior Championship hosted by the Club.
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