Set amongst ranges of tall sandhills and smaller sand dunes, the Course is a true test of golf for all golfers. Accuracy is of ultimate importance and you need to plan your drive rather than just hit it as far as possible. The fairways are narrow and bordered by sandy dunes and channels, made all the more hazardous in the variable wind conditions.
The coastal climate is kind and is a delightful atmosphere in which to play golf. The 18 Hole, 6768 yards, par 72, Course (sss 74) starts and finishes at the Clubhouse. The Yellow Course is 18 Holes, 6339 yards, par 71 (sss 72). All the holes are of championship standard and no two are the same.
However, if one had to be singled out it would have to be the sixteenth. This famous hole has a great hill and bunker, lined with railway sleepers and ia a cunning trap, catching poor second shots. It is called the Gumnleys after a gentleman who spent some time there! The fine clubhouse sits above the eighteenth green and the first hole, a welcoming place to watch the incoming and outgoing golfers and enjoy the clubâ€™s trophies and photographic archives.
- Number of holes: 18 holes
- Par: 72
- Yardage: 6768