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Review by Robbie Gardener on 10th June, 2007

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Excellent little golf course. The green fees are actually £20 for 18 holes (the other guy must not have read the payment instructions) so is excellent value for money as the course is in fantastic condition. The greens were superb when I visited. Better than my home club and that charges double what settle does. Highly recommended.

Date visited: 09/06/07

Review by Edward Peacock on 6th June, 2007

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Wonderful little course boasting excellent views and a wonderfully presented course. You actually play the course twice with most of the holes having a different teeing ground to make an 18 hole course, so in actual fact excellent value at £20 pound a round. Some brilliant holes to play at the course offering a challenge to all levels of golfer

Date visited: 06/06/07

Review by weekend golfer on 25th April, 2007

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The green Fees are £20 for 9 holes and rigorously enforced, so you had better have £80 cash if your fourball wants to play a quick 9 holes. Does not represent value for money.

Date visited: 22/04/07

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