My wife and I like this course very much. It gets us back into golf if bad weather in the winter has made us rusty. We played there about eight times in February 2013, following similar visits last year. The undulating course in well maintained, with a good variety of interesting holes, and there are no parts of the course that require pin-point accuracy or enormous length, so it is fine for anyone with any handicap. Most fairways are forgivingly wide, but there are quite a few well-placed trees to penalise wayward shots. The greens run true, even if they are a little slow for our preference, and the bunkers are kept in good condition. The caddies are excellent, and everything is well-organised and runs smoothly. Great golf and great weather.
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