On my second day of playing golf out of London by train I went to Woking, in the suburbs. The club was where writer Bernard Darwin belonged for many years. Created by Tom Dunn in 1893, the course is a real throwback, or as the pro at Sunningdale said: “It is like the evolution of the game stopped.”
That said, it was quite intriguing — and they have lengthened several holes over time. I’ll write up a full review upcoming.