I played this course as a visitor on a Friday afternoon at the end of March. Value wise, if I had paid full price, it wouldn't have been worth the money, but I was playing with my friend, and the club accept 2 Fore 1 vouchers. This made it well worth the outlay.
The welcome was very good and the other players on the course were very helpful and friendly.
the course itself is a good course. Nothing outstanding; just good. When I started playing, I wasn't sure about whether I liked it or not, but I think that was down to the rain, sleet and driving winds. By the back nine, the sun was shining and several layers of clothing had been shed and I was loving my day out of the office
The course comprises of nine holes played twice from different tees. This was rather confusing at times and I would imagine at busier times this would prove to be a pain and cause a backlog on the tees. (we got stuck behind four pensioners on the back nine and they obviously do not believe in letting two balls play through).
The greens were average and didn't always run true; but there are far worse out there and it was March (I did notice a lot of unrepaired pitch marks, but the club cannot be blamed for the bad manners of some players).
You are not going to get a massive wow factor when visiting a club of this size. It's the same sort of club we all play all the time. But overall, it's a nice club, nice people, nice course and worth the money if you're playing on the back of some vouchers.
Give this one a try and see what you think; I will certainly play there again during the summer.