Like many I played this on a stay at the hotel just to say I'd played the Ryder Cup course. It's a lovely course to play, we've had a lot of rain this winter and the course was a little spongy underfoot in some areas but that is to be expected and overall is in beautiful condition. Thankfully for me the course was not overly difficult they were just in the process of reducing the fairways and increasing the rough when I played, if you strayed of the the tee you could generally still find your self with a shot. All the greens on the PGA centenary are undersoil heated so despite the rains they were still fast for your below average club golfer like myself. I played with a local caddie which was the best decision I could have made, his knowledge of the course along with the shift he put in made it a truly memorable experience.
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