Details of the charges for visitors to use these facilities were listed (see below) alongside glowing reviews of the courses. The Lundin Golf Club was said to have "naturally good turf which has all that spring and keenness which can be found only on a seaside course" and it was highlighted that "the player is never long out of sight and sound of the sea". A new innovation was that the course had recently "been piped" meaning that in a dry summer the green would remain in "first-class order".
The handiness of the Ladies' Course was pointed out - the first tee being "practically in the heart of the village". The course was described as being "kept in admirable order". The feature went on to say that "unlike the average course of its kind it has a number of really long holes, so that it affords an attractive game to the expert as well as a good "nursery" for the less experienced".
Looking at the scale of charges, it seems that the lady visitors to the village got a good deal - with less expensive prices at the Lundin Club and charges at the Ladies Course that were half of what a gentleman would pay, were he allowed to play on the course at all.