Not the longest course I have ever played, inded with only three par 5's and five par 3's one might initially consider it too short to consider seriously.
The proof is in the playing, the first hole a par 4 uphill is a strenuous tester, and the second no easier. As one plays this interesting course, do take the time to appreciate the marvellous views across the course and surrounding countryside.
The final three holes are superb, a downhill par 4 with water to the left, and bunkers protecting the green to the right, a par 3 again protected by water both front and left.
The final hole a dogleg par 4, a safe route to the right but again a water hazard for those long hitters, looking to get close to the green.
After the golf a comfortable club house, excellent food and helpful staff.
All in all a very nice place to play and relax after
Value For Money: Good Michael Phillips November 26, 2011
Tiger Woods has fourth back surgery
Charley Hoffman looking to rebound
Jimmy Walker diagnosed with Lyme disease
Shenzhen International: Bernd Wiesberger wins in a playoff
Valero Texas Open: Kevin Chappell claims first PGA Tour title
Latest Official World Golf Ranking
Current European Tour Race to Dubai Standings
Current PGA Tour FedEx Cup Standings
Lexi’s ‘Mistake’ May Fast-Track Change
Fumbling Toward Equality
Wie’s Game Back In The Spotlight
Ko, New Coach Look To ‘Swing Her Swing’
A Competitor Strives For Contentment
America Reigns In Bahamas
LPGA Players Grateful For Time Off
Ko Won’t Traffic In Teen Drama
Jutanugarn Comes Of Age
Iceland’s Kristinsdóttir Heats Up in Abu Dhabi
Irishman Dunne Makes Promising Progress
Harbour Town Elicits Timeless Golf Chops
Striking Balance Begets Ryu’s Success
Ping launches iBlade irons
TaylorMade Golf M2 Irons
New SM6 Vokey Design Wedges
Titleist launch new Scotty Cameron Select putters
Titleist launch DT TruSoft golf ball
New 2016 NXT Tour, NXT Tour S and Velocity golf balls from Titleist
adidas Golf launch Tour360 Boost
SuperStroke introduces new Pistol GT putter grip
Do you struggle to take your ‘range game’ onto the golf course?