The welcome here was friendly and the course not overly busy as can be expected in August, given the heat. Unfortunately the course is looking a little run down and they appear to have a serious problem with broad leaved weeds on the greens which meant putting proved to be a real lottery. Some of the fairways and surrounding areas need work and the tee boxes are generally quite uneven. The club house however is one of the finest we've seen and the food at half-way was excellent. There is an impressive practice area and driving range adjacent to the course.
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