Really liked this course. Rough was really long, like whispy knee high with thick grass underneath. As a course with some blind shots im not a fan of that aspect. Makes play slow and golf is hard enough. Luckily i didnt go in there but playing partners did and almost guranteed lost ball. Greens were slow but they have extreme slopes so i imagine they have to keep on slow side or be unplayable. Overall liked the course and would go back
The Rolls of Monmouth is a championship golf course set in the serene countryside within the Welsh Hills, less than an hours drive from Cardiff. It is one of the most visually outstanding inland courses not only in Wales, but in the entire UK.
The breathtaking Manor House is a distinctive feature of the course, as it was the former home of Rolls Royce co-founder Charles Rolls.