I largely agree with the previous comment even if this course has a risk-reward profile under windy and dry conditions: like on any links, the ball can easily roll a bit further than anticipated and bump into an unexpected direction if you didn't carefully choose your direction and landing area... This is one of the top links courses I ever played (including Royal St George's). The back nine's architecture is simply superb. One point of criticism: greens not really fast when we played even if they are in a immaculate condition. Fantastic & very friendly staff. If you want to play, be sure to book in advance during the high season. A limited number of tee-offs (" to avoid stress and waiting" they told us).
Date: June 11, 2014