Users Comments (4)

Tee Areas very worn/wet and hard to get a good grip. Overall a challenging little course and is good test... playing with irons only made it quite tricky but good shot making practice.
October 9th 2006
NAME: Matthew
HOME CLUB: N/A
HANDICAP: 16
RELATIONSHIP: one-off

The course has been remodeled and the card here does not reflect the course.

Although short, it's a quite a test for mid-high handicappers. The shape of several holes (e.g. 2nd (now a par 4 260yds) and 4th (now a par 4 290yrds)) means that you are left playing for position with a long iron rather than getting the driver out.

Pleasant course to hone your short game on, but don't make it your main venue as you will get into very bad habits on "proper" courses.
July 7th 2006
NAME: Trevor Rudge
HOME CLUB: N/A
HANDICAP: 19
RELATIONSHIP: regular

The course has been remodelled . There is a different layout now with 2 new par 4's.
May 17th 2005
NAME: Craig Ferguson
HOME CLUB: Moore Place
HANDICAP:
RELATIONSHIP: member

Not really a course to play if you need anything else but a pitch and putt. The holes are short only the third throws you a challenge.

Tee off places are well worn and rough.
July 12th 2003
NAME: Brian Slack
HOME CLUB: Hersham
HANDICAP: 28
RELATIONSHIP: one-off

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