Have just played this course for the first time for roughly 20 odd years.
Well what can one say Fairways Excellent Greens Excellent Tees Excellent Shop staff very good only one gripe 3 par threes to start with?
This course has changed beyond recognition all credit to the owners and staff you might think it easy but play on a breezy day and the wind changes on every hole well worth a visit it won't be twenty years before we play again.
Value For Money: Good
Mark: 8/10 brianc
Played the course as part of a society. We are a group of varied handicappers, I play off 10. We had a wonderful day, course was in superb condition, the greens were some of the best I have ever played on, lightning quick!
Food & service were first class. All of our group found the course quite short but a real challenge. We all played to our handicaps Dave Stevens
As a member of this club, I feel privileged that I am able to play on the course on a regular basis.
The course is well kept at a high standard for the whole year. The lakes are beautiful with a large flock of Canadian Geese. The grass is of a good cut and is very playable.
Overall I am proud to be a member, especially as the course was designed by my golf coach.
Thank you for a good course. Max Stafford
Now let's get the good points out the way. First of all it is a nice golf course with a lake in the middle and well kept greens are always good no matter the time of year and surrounding area are good ie flowers by the tees path way neat brook nice and tidy let's face it this make a nice course.
Right About the Course one word can describe it EASY i am a 14 handicap but on this course i am 6.
First 3 holes are par 3 and short wow not hard 5th and 6th hole are par 4 which you can reach in one shot.
10th is tricky but you can still reach in one if you have a good drive 12 and 13th par 3 bit tricky but not hard 14th par 4 hit in 1 shot 16th yet anorther par 3 so with 6 par 3 4 par 4 you can hit in 1 and rest of par 4 only wedge left from tee.
You will definitely shoot a low round with plenty of birdies not really what i look for in a golf course. Simon
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