Both the Cheshire and Nicholas Golf Courses are very much different in quality and beauty.
The Cheshire is far better to walk around and admire the beauty that you come across on each hole with stunning views and stunning feature holes.
The drawback to this course is that it is not as well kept as its brother course The Nicholas. The Cheshire is very barron and dry at the moment and would be good to play in spring i would imagine when it is lush and green.
The Nicholas is a course where money has been spent on drainage and design but it is a long walk in between holes and generally around the course, I would say in the region of 7 miles in total.
I would not say it is a better looking course than the Cheshire but it is much better kept and the layout is flat apart maybe a couple of holes, especially the 18th.
Nice golf courses with their own unique challenges well worth the visit and the green fees to play.
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