Sundridge Park Golf Club

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What does our club crest signify?

The white horse represents the county of Kent and the scallop shell the diocese of Rochester. The broom in the top left is associated to the Borough of Bromley. The sun represents the 'Sundridge' ward of Bromley, the majority of which lies on land which was formerly part of the Sundridge Mansion estate, and the ravens following through the centre signify the River Ravensbourne that rises at at Caesar's Well near Bromley and flows through the town. 

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Sundridge Park Golf Club

Garden Road, Bromley, Kent, BR1 3NE | Phone: 020 8460 0278 | Email:

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