Prince’s, a former host of the renowned Open Championship, has undergone a massive redesign of the Himalayas course, and it has an impressive new look that makes golfers feel like they have entered the utopia of golf courses.
Although it is certainly not lacking in prestige, it offers a warm welcome for members and guests alike with no pretentious airs.
The new Himalayas course offers 9/27 holes of world-class links golf. It was designed by architect Ebert. His work is absolutely spectacular and speaks for itself.
It features two new holes, namely par-three fifth (or the Bloody Print) and par-five second. The first hole encompasses 120-160 yards and leads to the direction of the Pegwell Bay area. It was the location of naval battles in AD851. The hole is in the direction of the English channel. The second hole is a combination of 2 holes in the old course layout. It is 615 yards.
There has been a lot of change in the redesign of the bunkering. It is visually pleasing and relaxing, aimed to increase the focus of golfers.