18-holes par 72, integrated with the landscape of the area, American design, and Scottish layout, will enjoy all kinds of players.
The design, by Blake Stirling and Marco Martin, offers the player a course with international measures, known as Champion Ship Course, prepared for top-level tournaments.
The hills of the valley, the natural gardens and a small river that connects its five lakes, marked the 18-holes and make golf into a wonderful excuse to enjoy sport with friends and the outdoors.
My wife and I played the course today on quite a windy day.Great views, very quiet in a valley, so it can get breezy. I am a 12 handicapper and played to it being pleased to start off with 4 pars on the run. My wife plays off 36 and was a little daunted by the undulations but soon got into her stride and she had 32 points. the course is in good condition and the greens were just a little slow for my liking, but they ran true. Great welcome from the staff who had our buggie ready to go!! There are some long walks between green to tee, esp 9th to 10th. A great day, thank you. David and Suzanne
A very good course indeed. Many very good holes. The greens were in good condition, the fairways OK. If you were being picky, the first few holes on the back 9 are a bit up and down, but we liked the course a lot. We were welcomed warmly in the pro shop, but the bar restaurant was not so good. It should be played if you are anywhere near.