Attended a society day in the Summer of 2011. Lots of parking, very good practise facilities and a nice clubhouse. The staff were very friendly both in the bar and in the pro shop.
Anyone who happens to have a bit of a fade will love this course as it's very open and the majority of the holes favour a left to right shot. It's a bit basic and isn't a massive challenge so is very much a confidence boosting course. I struggle to play to my handicap of 18 around my home course but here I shot 39 points and didn't even feel like I played all that well.
Definitely worth a visit.
Value For Money: Good Chris Swanson January 17, 2012
A very good,well laid out course in pleasant surroundings. A good challenge for the average golfer. Very good pro-shop with very helpful staff to advise you. Dennis Buttery
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