Went here on a voucher deal with friends. It was tea/coffee and bacon roll on arrival, 50 balls on the driving range, 9 holes on course, soup and sandwich lunch then another 9 holes. The bacon roll was actually a roll with square sausage - not negotiable. The tea bags were, I suspect, the cheapest ones available to buy in the area. Not nice. Soup and sandwich appear to have been made with the cheapest ingredients also. I had tuna (hardly any of it) spread on cheap, thin, white bread. I think it must be from something like an Asda smartprice loaf.
I have played golf here before and quite like the course - its not that challenging but then I'm not that good. I have also had coffee or a drink in Mr Singh's afterwards. On one accession I had pakora too but it wasn't good - I just thought I was unlucky that day. I find the place nice, with the staff very friendly but I would avoid the food in future. Golf, coffee and drinks are ok though.