The Carthagena is the second course at John O’Gaunt Golf Club but its signature 16th is memorable. The split fairway plunges down to a double-tiered green surrounded by trees and bunkers. F.W. Hawtree laid out the first nine in the 1960s and his son Martin fashioned the second nine in the 1970s.
A nice warm up course for its main course. Quite getable for longer hitters with some good looking holes in part. The greens were well kept but the fairways are looking patchy due to the hot weather I guess. Preferred lies were required on most fairways, still worth a day out, we played both courses in one day making it great value and a good day out.
The course is very short, but the other course here makes up for that.
Still some really great golf holes here and well worth playing.
If you are not a member here you can play here on a 36 hole - day pass, I would recommend that, Its good value for money and the courses are different to each other.
The main John O'Gaunt course is obviously better but the Carthagenais still well worth playing.