Beautiful spot in the High Taunus - this course is typified by narrow tree-lined alleys off the tee demanding higher levels of accuracy, then an easier second shot to the receptive greens.
There are a few long par 5s and blind doglegs.
The grass is the same as on Scottish parkland courses which surprised me.
Greens were hairier than might be expected maybe due to the long winter and the desire to protect them.
Not a difficult course but if you are wayward take more than a few balls. Trees and thick undergrowth everywhere leave no leeway for slicers and hookers.
Round took 4 and a half hours.......which is the norm in this part of the world, I'm afraid.
So do not make onward appointments that you may be late for - it's a "leisurely" pace compared to Scottish golf and playing through does not seem to be part of the scene.
Great patio at the clubhouse where there is a full menu of well-prepared food and that cool drink to look forward to.
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