You Get What You Pay For
I've played Stilton Oaks a few times before but I was surprised to see that it has been changed since my last visit. For starters the original first hole was a pitch-and-putt style 155 yard par 2 - now a 288 yard dog leg left.
Bunkers are non-existent, but there's plenty of water and long grass to loose your balls in (and boy did I loose many this time).
The back 9 is a hilly section and with no buggies around be sure that you don't mind the odd spot of hill climbing.
Yesterday (Saturday) we paid £15 as a visitor for the round. With a portacabin-style clubhouse selling balls, tees, chocolate and drinks and no 19th hole in sight come prepared (You'll a 19th at the Bell Inn in the High Street).
I can't think of anywhere better to spend £15.