Challenging and interesting
Good course with trees, ditches and lakes that jump out of nowhere! When they let the rough grow it can be very challenging but they seem to be cutting it back more often now so its a little more forgiving. Greens can be variable and are not always consistent but as they are played on all year round they are pretty good. The 'Barn' clubhouse is welcoming with open fire, flagstones and v good value for money food. Lovely to sit outside in the summer, cosy in winter. Well worth a visit.
the Greenwood course is very testing with fast and hard greens
East Horton has 2 X 18 hole Courses and a par 3 course
The Parklands Course is Very forgiving some tight tree lined holes can get a bit boggy in places.
the Greenwood is the better of the 2 18 hole courses its a Reletive new course in parts its well worth a visit ,
i would Recommend that golfers pay a visit .
A 36 hole venue which has recently seen some dramatic changes to the Greenwood course (the more challenging of the two). Ten new holes have been created from scratch and the remaining eight existing holes have been redesigned in a sympathetic manner so that the whole blends together. I was pleasantly surprised at the good condition of all aspects (fairways, greens, tees, bunkers) given that the new design was only opened in April - when the young trees start to mature it will be a really good test. Great views over the surrounding countryside feature although there are regular climbs required to enjoy these! A range to practice beforehand and excellent hospitality afterwards add to the overall package here.