The course is divided in two by the Beverley Brook. A footbridge takes you from one side to the other.
The holes are all at least 80 yards long, and several of the greens are guarded by sand bunkers. A pond provides an additional hazard on the 9th hole, and the Beverley Brook itself captures any hooked drives from the eighth tee.
I played the course during mid afternoon 18/05/2011 and I was able to get round the nine Par3 holes in just 30minutes. This course is nice little challenge to your short game and the greens are very well maintained. (Which I must admit was a bit of a suprise.) The rough is quite forgiving and the holes have lots of rises and fall aways which does make this quite fun.
It's well worth a visit if you think your short approach play needs some work.
The only bone of contention is the lack of yardage markers or any details on the supplied card, if you know your yardage with you pitching iron and 9iron you should be fine to work it out.
I hit 4 of the 9 greens and was only 5-10yards short on the others. But a bit of knowlege of the yardage would have made it a little easier.
All in all, well worth half an hour for under a £4.00.
Take your Putter, PW, 9Iron and 3 balls (just in case your a bit sloppy on you approach to the 8th)
One final point on a weekend it can get very busy with large groups and kids playing. Don't expect it to take 30mins, it would be more likely to be an hour and a half on a summers day.
Value For Money: Good
Mark: 8 Craig Bush May 19, 2011