Pembroke Country Club was designed by Philip A. Wogan all the way back in 1973.
Like a lot of older designs, accuracy is more useful than length around this track. The fairways are lined by magnificent conifers that eat up errant shots.
The greens are on the smaller side as well. Most slop from back to front. In the summer, they are firm and fast. Trying to save par from above the hole is stressful at best.
If you appreciate old school designs and want to test every club in your bag, Pembroke Country Club is the spot.