Interesting, testing course in idyllic surroundings. The
course has 9 greens, but the construction of 18 tees means variety
and a very different challenge over the closing holes. Despite
being fairly short at 5,555 yards, the course asks questions of all
levels of golfer with several strategically placed natural hazards
and other cleverly man made ones. The Par 5's, 6th and 15th, are
played around Loch Lanlish, although the brave, big hitters can go
for the small green with their second shot but any miss-hit shots
would find a watery grave. This hole in particular was praised by
Ronan Rafferty on his visit to the course. The 9th and 18th which
are played across a deep gulley, into which flows the Atlantic when
the tide is in, can already claim TV fame as Peter Alliss visited
the course in 1996 to record for the series 'Travels with Alliss'.
The hole has also appeared on an American Millennium calendar. All
in all, a brilliant little course, where everyone is welcome and
should enjoy stress free golf at a realistic price.