Short Course - Worth Visiting
OK I said the word short in the summary, and it is. If you glance at the score card, it is only par 65, and there are 8 par 3's on the card. That's nearly 50% of the course I hear you say . . is it a par 3 course? Look closer and two of the par 3's are 211 and 173 yards respectively. One of those is a blind shot over trees and the other is to a green cut on the other side of the hill. Long hitters won't be bashing drivers on many holes, but it is a picturesque course which rewards accuracy. Mid hitters can be bashing their drivers on most holes! It almost had a links feels about it, the way many of the holes seemed to be created from the natural contours. There are a few steep hills, but buggies are available.
It is the sort of course you want to rush home from work and go and play. This is where a course of the this length scores (pun intended!) So go out and enjoy a round before it gets dark.
When you stand at the first tee you're given a glimpse of what's facing you in your round to come: A tricky uphiller where all you can see is the top of the flag and a couple of bunkers. There are eight par 3"s and only one par 5, but don't turn up expecting the course to roll over for you. There are hanging lies and unfavourable bounces ahead, along with a few climbs too, but this a very fair course that seems to be popular with all who play here.