Well maintained resort style course won't disappoint. Very much typical of its genre: flat with no special natural features. The features are manmade - plenty of water and lots of flat bunkers. If you push the ball off the fairway, but not in the water, then its almost always playable as there is very little long grass or genuine rough. The idea is, I think, to keep play moving along. Your ball is either playable or lost. Made interesting by the bunkers - which are strategically placed to catch the shot that doesn't quite go far enough, or too far.
Very friendly staff and decent rental clubs (I had Taylormade R11s with regular steel shaft). Nice changing rooms and cafe.
Enjoyed my round and recommend.
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