A mature parkland course with well-wooded undulations and its picturesque situation. The course provides a variety of interesting and testing golf. The par of 69 is often not beaten, even in scratch tournaments. Notable holes are the 7th, 14th and 15th. The seventh, widely regarded as one of the most beautiful in the county, provides a satisfying but testing tee shot from the plateau tee with a second shot to a well designed and double-tiered green guarded by bunkers and gorse. Reputedly the first MacKenzie designed green when he was a member at Leeds Golf Club in 1900.