Mature, undulating parkland course
with tree lined fairways, easy walking. Challenging opening
and closing holes with water on the right and out of bounds
on the left of both.
Since opening in 1974, the Club's played host to a number of professional tournaments - including the PGA East Anglian Open.
What a waste of a good course, I think when it was owned by moat house this was a great course. Now the greens are terrible, the huts etc un maintained and when we played a fleet of grass cutters spolied the game by cutting right up to us as we were taking shots and blocking shots by chatting.
On top of that the noise from the A14 makes relaxing on the course impossible.
I have no idea why people rate this club, maybe its snobbery but I have found several of the local lesser known clubs much better on so many levels.
Average course, poorly maintained. Shame
Value For Money: Poor
Mark: 3/10 Jamie Powell August 16, 2010
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