The main take away from this course has been mentioned repeatedly below - a course of two nines. The first on links like land that is solid, but far from spectacular golf whilst the inward 9 is more like I hoped for. There are about 6 holes (11-16) played in and through the dunes and there are a few more winter holes that look great fun as well.
When you get to the high point of the course and look out behind you, does that just look like the best dune land for a golf course? Quite easily fit in 72 magnificent holes.
The first of the dune riddled holes have deep green vegetation on them and for me, for whatever reason, this reduces the appeal of them. The other holes go back to that classic look and really do look great. If you like that type of golf I strongly suggest Perranporth.
A long, tough finish is good and all up it averages out at a solid 4 balls. Warren from Aust
Date: September 10, 2018