The course, set in idyllic woodland, consists of 18 challenging very scenic holes carved between the drumlins. The new expansive greens compare favourably with the best in the land and the curved mounds between the fairways fit in beautifully with the surrounding countryside.
It is a haven of peace and tranquillity. Membership of the club is still relatively small and this enables it to be very welcoming to societies and individuals paying green fees. From a visitor's point of view one of the great attractions of the place is the friendliness of the staff and the old world charm of the clubhouse. The universal parting words from all who frequent the place is “whatever developments you carry out here, do not change the clubhouse”.
If you have not seen the 10th century High Cross at St Tiernach's church, go along to see it, it's made up of two crosses.