has two nine hole courses an old and a new. The new is the
easier of the two and is a nice course at the top of the valley.
Because of this it is affected by the wind and plays like
a link course making it very enjoyable. The old course is
harder but is more enclosed in the valley and very scenic.
There are a couple of hard holes where it is especially easy
to lose a ball if you hit a hook or slice. The courses
are in excellent condition and the greens are quite fast.
You can get hot drinks from either of the two course huts
and it is possible to hire trolleys. A great little course
although it is private and difficult to gain membership.
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