Why they love it
Within our clubhouse, wood-panelled walls with names from the 1800s, hint at echoes of generations past. It has a character both quaint and unique providing an ambience and style all of its own. Ancient mixes with modern and the sort of creature comforts every golfer seeks after battling the links.
What a great course. Challenging holes. A must for people who enjoy real golf. Not a big hitter's paradise but a true test of golfing ability. Great friendly clubhouse which oozes charm and character. Seriously considering membership here.
As a child, I might have scoffed at this, since it's not a place where brutal long hitting is particularly well rewarded, unless you're very straight. This is 9 holes of charm and character. Aggressive golfers beware because the key to this is all about strategy. I walked off thinking "what fun"... and on top of that, the greens were pure velvet and quite fast! Who'd have thought it... a proper unsung gem.
I just happened to be passing on the A25 and thought I would see if I could do a quick 9. A very kind lady showed me how to sign in and pay the green fee. A superb little course. Very much liked the 2nd and 7th. Greens were very true. Tricky course, not for big hitters, more a thinking man’s course. Definitely worth a visit and excellent value.
A very charming and quaint clubhouse, and the staff went out of there way to make us feel welcome. the course when you first look at it looks short and easy, but you have to position your tee shots in the right place otherwise you can score badly. The one outstanding feature of this course is its greens, I don't think I have ever played on better and they are so quick. Great value for money and definitely will go back.
The GB Olympic Golf Team captain recently at the Chart to do an exclusive interview for Today's Golfer. He then played nine holes and was very impressed with the whole set up. “There's a great atmosphere here,” he said, “the members are all very friendly and the course is in great condition and is a lot of fun to play.”