With winter around the corner and the nights drawing in, it’s hard to overcome the golfing blues, especially when the golf courses are so wet, windy and closed by the time you finish work.

There are many symptoms to the golfing blues, the need to hold a club in your hands and practice your swing indoors, the need to clean your clubs to make them all spick and span for the next round, the need to watch re-runs of all the Golf Opens and of course evaluating your own game records in order to perfect your next round.

Many more symptoms may still arise but before you let them get a hold of you, grab your golf bag and head down to Thorpeness golf course, no matter the weather, there is always a game to be played on this Suffolk golf course.

To ensure you overcome those golfing blues why not make the most of booking a Suffolk golf break, where you can play golf all day whilst enjoying the beautiful Suffolk coastline and the tranquil nature which surrounds the hidden experience of Thorpeness Golf Course. Why not try some golf lessons or even bring some work colleagues along for a Corporate golf day.

Thorpeness Golf Course is laid with sandy soil and heath land which helps to ensure that a round of golf can be played everyday throughout the winter. Thorpeness also has the advantage of a low rainfall, which certainly guarantees a healthy competition of golf can be played.

While other golf courses are sometimes forced to close due to bad weather and water logged greens, Thorpeness green keepers work hard to keep the course looking and feeling great to purge of those golfing blues.

Thorpeness Golf Club is set in a unique and relaxing coastline of Suffolk, its stunning 18 hole golf course, with the 18th Hole framed by ‘The House in the Clouds’ and ‘The Thorpeness Windmill’ is complemented by the peaceful and stylish atmosphere the club house and hotel provides, certainly making this golf course the place to defeat the golfing blues!

Author's Bio: 

Kris Smith has been living and writing about Suffolk for several years. Thorpeness Golf Course is laid with sandy soil and heath land which helps to ensure that a round of golf can be played everyday throughout the winter.