A real discovery. This is a really old course that looks like it hasn't been altered since 1896, and it's a lot quirkier and more interesting than appears when you look out onto a blank uphill from the clubhouse. Once you get to the top there are all sorts of interesting holes. The 5th is probably the most iconic, and probably impossible, hole on the course, 245 yards across any amount of junk onto a blind green beside the sea. Nothing to it. There are also some buildings on the course which are in play, which I really like.
There are five par 3s and four par 4s, but this isn't an easy 31. A single-figure player should be glad to cover 9 holes in 30-something. The only criticism I'd have is that £18 for 9 holes is quite a lot for such an out-of-the-way course. It's worth it – just – and definitely 9 holes on a lovely sunny day looking out to the North Sea are not to be missed, if you can arrange that.
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