Barnehurst Golf Club provides a warm and welcoming atmosphere to all visitors. The excellent parkland golf course makes for an enjoyable round of golf and is always kept in good condition, especially in the summer months. There is a practice area that is free to use, but golfers must provide their own balls. There is also an excellent clubhouse that has a function room available for hire and visitors and societies are welcome all week.
Barnehurst Golf Course was designed by world renowned James Braid in 1904 and is built within the grounds of Barnehurst Manor. The golf course is flat and in traditional parkland form. It is a 9-hole golf course with two sets of tees that offer a test for golfers of all handicaps. It is tight off the tee so straight drivers of the ball will be rewarded at Barnehurst Golf Course. 18 holes is an option, requiring golfers to play off the separate tees for their back nine.