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This linkscourse is the weakest of its Two neighbours, St Georges and Princess. Here you fond some crazy holes and the fairways are narrow. In combination with strong winds and high ruff this a real test but fun.
After the massive dissapointment of Royal St Georges the previous day, we were very happy to recieve a warm welcome at Royal Cinque Ports.
Course is absolutely stunning a must play.
All Staff very very helpfull and happy to talk and give advice on playing...More
I have been playing this course for approaching 30 years and each time it presents a different challenge. Normally it is the wind speed and direction that makes the biggest difference but also green speed and temperature. I absolutely love the course and the club...More
We played RCP in early July just after 2017 Open Qualifying and had a superb day - it was debatable whether the slight winds and hot weather made it a more or less enjoyable links golf experience than true windy links golf. The club and...More
The course was in superb condition and a great test for even the top professionals. The club house is beautiful and takes you back to another time when standards mattered. The staff were courteous and the organisation was low key but excellent. A really lovely...More
Obviously a great golf course. In comparison to RSG, +) less expensive, +) feels more ocean, +) guest tee time available in weekends, -) less memorable layout, -) back nine is not terribly enjoyable as it has 8 par 4s with similar length, mostly all...More
A real treat to play this classic links course. Even in May, it was firm and bouncy with typical links lies. The greens were in excellent order and there is a big practice ground located close to the Clubhouse. The Pro shop staff were extremely...More
We stayed and played at Princes Lodges on our trip to Littlestone GC, Princes GC, Royal St Georges & Cinque Ports. Cinque Ports was my favorite course on the trip. It is a true links in a long loop along the coast. The wind was...More