This is a old gem of a course. I believe its over 100 years old, so it can be short for longer hitters. The natural hilly landscape makes for uneven lies, so approach shots can be tricky. Greens are always in good shape and usually soft. The food on course is good with fresh sandwiches and bqq. You must try the fish and chips inside might be the best in town!
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