The 18 holes are carefully managed by our dedicated green staff and set up to cater for all grades of golfer. The fairways and semi rough are generous and the rough is fair. The small greens and 51 bunkers defend the course well and if you miss the green on the wrong side, you’ll be left with a testing chip shot. The greens provide you with a good mix of undulations and subtle interest (especially when you walk on the first green, which will test any putting stroke).
We’re fortunate that our course sits on free-draining limestone, as this means we can keep the course open all year round (except in snow or lightning).
It also means we can maintain first class surfaces all year round – even during the winter months, where no artificial surfaces have to be used – all the way from the 1st tee to the 18th green.
As for the future, we continue to invest and will aim to complete a course masterplan of improvements over the coming years, with the guidance of Giulia Ferroni, Course Architect. Investment in people and machinery will continue to see us presenting the course in the best possible way.
And we’ll do it all in a sustainable way.