The bridge running over an exquisite pond, surrounded by Buckinghamshire woodland was a stunning sight despite it pouring with rain when playing the hole.
What makes it even more of an attractive prospect is its length, requiring nothing more than a sand wedge to get on the putting surface.
It's a fairly large green as well so you can really attack the flag, especially if it’s positioned at the bottom of the two-tiers.
Given the weather on the back nine I still thought the course played to a very high standard, with well-cut fairways and immaculate greens.
It’s a test of precision just as many of the woodland courses are, with accuracy on the par-3’s vital and off the tee on the par-4’s. Well worth the £18.75 as a weekend fourball.