Built in 1914 by Harry S. Colt, the Eden Course helped cope with the high demand for golf at the time. This course offers a shorter and arguably more forgiving play than it’s neighbours. However, it is not without its tricky turns. There are plenty of holes requiring accuracy opposed to a hard hit. Each of the par-three holes on this course are unparalleled. They are often best played when the wind is forgiving.
The course itself is 6250 yards, par 70 and features signature undulating greens, deep bunkers and fairway obstacles. Most notably, the 17th, par-four follows an old railway line and requires precision and accuracy. As well as traditional features, the Eden Course has fantastic sea views and a glorious view of the landscape.
The Eden Course features the Eden Clubhouse. It is a hub for friendly golfers to unwind after a long day, or for families to enjoy. In the summer, the Eden Clubhouse offers outdoor dining.
In addition to comfort, the Clubhouse offers a variety of delicious breakfasts, lunches and dinners. It also boasts fresh home baking. Furthermore, you can check out the putting area, showers, lockers and free parking. They even have a young golfers room! The clubhouse is open between 6.30 am and 9.30 pm. The Lounge is open from 7.30 am, and they serve food till 8.30 pm. It’s wise to reserve in advance on their website.
For the course itself, you can request caddies in advance through the Links Golf website. Practice facilities such as a driving range and pull carts are available. Also, there is a pro shop and golf buggies as well as golf tuition on-site as well. Finally, a scorecard can be found on their website.