Set in one of the few remaining true heathlands in the county, it enjoys naturally free-draining sandy soil. At 650 feet above sea level, its hard-running, un-watered fairways in summer, coupled with its small greens and abundance of gorse, make it a challenging course even for scratch golfers.
The heathland character of Tadmarton is maintained using modern, biologically-based treatments to ensure great playing surfaces throughout the year. This, together with meticulous preparation and its outstanding rural views makes for a memorable day’s golf.
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