Most Breadsall visitors opt to play the Priory, a splendid rollercoaster of a parkland layout. But when the weather is dodgy the neighbouring Moorland course is the place to be - it sits on fast-draining land and as a result rarely closes with the normal tees and greens virtually certain to be in play.
It’s nowhere near as tight and demanding as the Priory and you’ll relish trying to find the green at the short par-4 7th and 10th holes which incidentally share the same ‘dancefloor.’ You’ll also thoroughly enjoy the 14th, a delicious little downhill par-3, and the charming Marriott mansion hotel if you’re staying on site.
This par-70 takes centre stage during the winter. Despite being fairly exposed, it’s sand-based and free-draining, ensuring play even on the wettest days. Generous fairways provide plenty of chances to unleash the driver.