|Laid out on cliff tops above the English Channel, the original 9-hole course at North Foreland Golf Club was doubled in size when Herbert Fowler and Tom Simpson redesigned it in 1912.|
Enjoyable round, quite exposed but fairways reasonably wide so not too penalising. Some good long par fours with an excellent finish. Friendly atmosphere and a well stocked pro's shop. The only slight downside was that the greens were somewhat patchy, although true, but perhaps the time of year. Great location on top of the cliffs overlooking the Channel and both nines played differently, the front nine clearly designed to soften you up for the more exposed back nine. All in all a decent course and not expensive for visitors.
To reinforce the other review, this is a nice friendly place to play golf but if funds allow this course doesn't stand up to the star courses nearby.
We had a very slow round, and there were few truly stand out holes.