The Course - Hole By Hole
Lying on porous limestone, the golf course has excellent natural drainage, meaning that it remains in good condition all year round.
The indigenous tree species provide a particular golfing challenge even on the shorter holes, where accuracy is all important. The greens are always quick and true, and have a reputation for being some of the best in the area.
Mindful of maintaining the high standards of the course, in 2007 the club engaged Tom McKenzie, whose company has advised upon 27 of Golf World's top 50 courses including 6 of the 9 Open Championship venues, to devise a strategic 5 year plan to improve the course. David Salisbury and his greenkeeping team are now implementing this plan, thus ensuring continued fairness of play to all golfers.