I have played Torwood Lee on several occasions. The course is divided into two parts between an unused railway line which can viewed when crossing between the two. Although the course is divided into two the front and back nine holes span the two. The first half in which borders the river gala sets a stunning picture. Furthermore the views provided from the steep hills of the other side of the course set a great scene. Unfortunately the golf is mediocre to average at best. There are several holes that stand out for myself. The 6th and 14th offer a good opportunity to 'risk it' and hit over the trees. The 6th being a par 4 downhill at 337 yards is drivable for a big hitter. However, I find that holes 7 - 13 have been squashed together to make up the 18 holes and are actually quite mentally draining to play. The 15th and 18th follow the river and also make for a spectacular setting.
I would like to add that Torwood Lee's greatest asset by far is the welcoming members.
Date: December 23, 2019