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A truly fantastic Links Course with a unique club house that is a true step back into golfing history. Every hole presents different challenges exacerbated by wind speed and direction. This is a unique golfing experience not to missed.
We visited 7 courses all along the Coast, this was supposed to be the Pinnacle of our trip, but when you take into account the entire experience our group thought this well down the pecking order!
The course is a historic links, and was in...More
This a real links course treasure. If you are a golfer visiting Norfolk as I was, this should be at the top of your list. Only a 10 MPH wind, so it played close to its yardage. I imagine it would be a real test...More
Amazing place and a quirky clubhouse that sits perfectly with the history and feel of the place. Once you've avoided the hide tide that blocks the road to the club you find a tranquil spot to play your sport. Each hole is different and the...More
Great course. Poor welcome. Awful clubhouse, musty and old. Perhaps the gentry like that. Played other good courses on the area and enjoyed the whole experience much more. Great course let down badly by the clubhouse.
From the moment you make the long drive down towards the beach where the clubhouse is perched you know you're at a classic English links.
The pro shop is small but well appointed, the driving range more than adequate with a decent short game area...More
This is like stepping back in time. We arrived for an early tee off and the Pro Shop was closed. This proved frustrating because having not played the course before we couldn't get a course guide to work out where the lines to some of...More
After being told we were only allowed to play in a 2 ball ( or a foursome ) we were then followed around the first 7 holes by a ladies foursome and their 6 dogs - on looking around it seems that if you don't...More
Old fashioned is as nice a description as I could think of. Scruffy, tired and overrated is probably a more accurate description.
The clubhouse is interesting in that I have never been in one like it. Looks like something out of Bleak House. Food had...More