The course was in reasonable condition.they were doing some course work whilst play was ongoing.still in very nice condition though.the greens were better than the fairways.as I said before considering the time of year and weather conditions once again very playable.it was a shame the new course guides weren’t available as the course was played in a different manner.1-5then 10-11-12 then 6-9 then 13-18.it sounds awkward but they were together so not too difficult.excellent view of the Cromer lighthouse at the 14th the lighthouse hole.very aptly named.
Reasons to Visit Royal Cromer Golf Club
Originally designed by Tom Morris with updates by James Braid
Mix of heathland and links measuring over 6500 yards from the back tees
The course hosted the first ever international womens tournament, a match played between the UK/Ireland and America
Royal Cromer was granted Royal statusby Queen Victoria and is perched on a cliff-top along the north east corner of the Norfolk coastline, providing inspiring views out to sea the course overlooks the fine sandy beaches some 320 feet below that line the North Sea coastline.
The course is the second oldest course in England and sits in the historical Seaside town of Cromer. It is easily accessible to Norwich, just 40 minutes South, and the rest of the Norfolk broads with the likes of Sheringham and Hunstaton within easy reach.
The Club has big reputation for a warm welcome and the club house is steeped in history and you can get lost for hours looking at the memorabilia.