Didn't actually play since we didn't book a tee time a year in advance, but it is great to stop-in and there is lots to do and see right along the 17/18th hole and the 1st tee (you can actually walk across the 1st and 18th fairways. If you are even a little interested in golf, it is a must. It's the oldest golf course in the world after all. Don't plan to eat along the course, very swanky and many member's only places. A few pro shop type places, very expensive as you can imagine.
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