Opened in 1921, our challenging 18 hole, 69 par course is a true test for golfers of all abilities.
Huge banks of pine trees tower above the 16th and 18th holes – the sort of setting usually reserved for the most exclusive of clubs.
The 10th hole is testing, restricting the bold player to a five-wood or three-iron on the first shot.
The long 221 yards par three 15th is probably the most difficult hole. Accuracy is required to cross a stream onto a small green. Most players have to take a long iron or wood.
On a summer day, our course is golfing paradise.
We have a fleet of four brand new golf buggies and a large collection of EasyGo trolleys to make light work of your round.
The club house offers toilets and changing facilities.
Throughout the clubhouse you can see the golfers’ honours boards displaying the competition winners from the history of this time-honoured club.