It is a 5796-yard par 69 of rolling fairways and, as you might expect, there are plenty of gradients to contend with.
Nearly all visitors to the club remember the 17th hole. A short Par 3 of less than 130 yards, the tee shot is played from an elevated tee over a limestone rock outcrop, known locally as the battleship, to a small but receptive green. Many a medal score has been wrecked on this infamous hole.
Kendal has also gained an excellent reputation for the fine standards of its greens and fairways and the limestone drainage ensures the course is playable all year round. The club has continued to make numerous improvements over recent years to maintain the high standards at the club. This has included the lengthening of the course to a par 69 and a full refurbishment of the clubhouse.
The club has a number of packages on offer and welcomes handicap golfers of all experience levels and provides a warm and inviting atmosphere in which to play golf.