Visited in Sept 2012. Sadly the very high standard of finish on the greens is not matched by either the fairways or the surrounding landscape between holes. There is clearly a lot of work being done on and around the course. The fairways looked to have been subject to a treatment (dressing) which had gone badly wrong leaving them brown an very bare in many places. There is a lot of building work being done on the perimeter of holes with trenches and exposed wires/ pipes a common feature. Even in areas of the course where no construction work is being done if you miss the fairway, you are left with "no shot" as your ball lands on expansive areas between fairways, which bear a striking resemblance to somewhere the late Neil Armstrong once walked. This is a lot longer than 1 smal step for man and in its current condition it's a huge leap backwards for the golfing kind. My advice would be to steer clear until the building works are done, or demand a massive discount on the green fee!! Will try again in a couple of years and the potential is there to be a great course if the owners get their act together. The holes by the sea are stunning.
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