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In 2009 Mid Kent G.C. celebrated it’s centenary. The course was designed by Willie Park Jnr and was first played in July 1909.
The club was officially opened by the Rt Hon A J Balfour and Mr Littleton MP playing with Harry Varden and James Braid.
The first President of the club was Earl Darnley, better known for his cricketing exploits as the England Captain, under his family Ivo Bligh, who received the Ashes which are still played for between England and Australia.
The layout and direction of play around the course has changed three times over the years until the last time in 1972 when it became as it is today.
Over the years several sporting heroes and celebrities have played the course, to name some:- Tony Jacklin, Peter Oosterhouse, Henry Cooper, Mickie Walker, Mike Reed, Hale & Pace plus many more.
The club has thriving membership of 850.