tn_P7080123_1373313860Established in 1995 by local farming family the Harrisons, the course was created on 70 acres of grounds once owned by the industrialist, philanthropist and entrepreneur Sir Titus Salt.

Our nine hole, par 70 course with greens built to U.S.G.A standards and set in beautiful parkland is considered quite unique amongst 9 hole courses. Standing 450ft above sea level, its sheltered and playable almost all year round. The greens remain playable throughout the seasons due to their construction – only taken out of play when frost, snow or water logging prevents their use. However, the greens generally drain very well and therefore the times when they are not in play tend to be few and far between.

We are lucky to have many old and established trees throughout the course, giving a real feeling of maturity which belies the fact that the course is only a “teenager” in terms of age.

Most holes have two alternative tees which offer a very different second half and the maturity of the course has to be seen to be believed. Over recent years the quality of the course has been recognised by a number of bodies, with the “Golf World” magazine labeling Crow Nest in 2010 as one of the worlds top nine hole golf courses. A grand title and one of which we are quite rightly proud.