The Himalayas features new signature holes and sand and wetland areas

Prince's Golf Club


Written by: Rob McGuirk

Designed by renowned international golf course architects Mackenzie & Ebert, work began in August 2017 to transform the Himalayas into one of the finest stretches of links golf in the country. Opened on May 1st in front of the some of the country’s most influential golf media and personnel, the new nine features two new holes, a short, signature par-3 fifth hole which plays out towards the sea, as well as a long par-5 second hole which combines the second and third holes of the old layout and can be stretched to 615 yards.

Martin Ebert subsequently produced a historic report which analysed historic, pre-war and wartime RAF photography and unveiled a variety of interesting features which helped to frame the narrative of the new nine and restore some of the traditional elements of the course. The new 9 holes incorporate new open sand areas, wetlands and saw the removal of over 400 non-indigenous trees.

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