Played Brampton on a cold and frosty day, so certainly didn't see it at its best. Given the recent weather (warm and dry), too much of the course was on temp greens and very forward tees. The course is scenic, but certainly not Gleneagles. Its main downfall was the number of short par 4's, which had been crammed into too small a space, and relied too much on a lucky or unlucky bounce. Stand hole was the 17th..a long uphill drive and good 2nd shot played off an uphill lie are needed to set up a short iron into a well guarded green. The better holes are certainly situated on the clubhouse side of the road, and 18 is a decent hole requiring an accurate drive and mid iron to an uphill green.
Will play again when the weather has improved to see how it plays from proper tees to proper greens. Nice clubhouse, with good views of the 18th serve great food and staff very friendly
Date: December 09, 2016