A Good Test of Your Golfing Prowess.
As a Member of Lakeside Lodge I am ever so slightly biased, but this review is an honest assessment of the Club.
Jan/Feb/Mar. The Lodge Course is in remarkably good order considering the amount of rain it has seen. No Surface Water visable, however some relief is expected. The Greens are in good condition and the recent rain means you can shoot for the pins.
In current weather conditions this is a demanding test for most golfers, however smart play can lead to a rewarding scorecard.
The course is at it's very best from May onwards when the ground becomes a little drier and firmer.
The Club offers a Driving Range, Putting Green and 12 and 6 hole courses and well as a par 3 course.
You will always receive a friendly and warm smile from the catering and bar staff. Food is excellent and the price of drinks are reasonable.
Lakeside Lodge - Manor Course
The Manor has matured into a nice little course and offers a variety of holes, most of which allow the high handicapper to enjoy their round. The lost ball problem is minimal due to the mature planting that lines the fairways; I rarely fail to find any errant drives!
Best thing is that even when it's busy, it is still posible to walk 9 holes in 2 hours or less.