HOLE BY HOLE
After your game of golf, don’t forget to enjoy the 19th Hole the most important at any course. Sit back and relax in our Clubhouse whilst you partake in well earned refeshments and conversation.
Hole by Hole Guide
- Hole 1
- Hole 2
- Hole 3
- Hole 4
- Hole 5
- Hole 6
- Hole 7
- Hole 8
- Hole 9
- Hole 10
- Hole 11
- Hole 12
- Hole 13
- Hole 14
- Hole 15
- Hole 16
- Hole 17
- Hole 18
A gentle opening hole! Aim your tee shot left and short of the fairway bunkers situated on the right side of the fairway. This will leave you a short 2nd shot to a slightly elevated green.
A classic risk or reward Par 5. Avoid the fairway bunker up the left side and the bigger hitters may well have an opportunity to go for this green in 2, but beware of the ditch in the dip short of the green. Anything left of the green will flirt with the out of bounds.
Slightly blind tee shot to an elevated fairway. If you avoid the lone right hand fairway bunker it will leave a short iron to a well bunkered smallish green. Warning don’t go long with your approach shot!
A strong Par 4 with a Stroke Index 2. Avoid the trees and bunkers down the left side and a circa 250+ yard drive will enable you to see the green for your 2nd shot. The green is situated downhill for your 2nd shot but a large greenside bunker awaits anything short and right.
A tough Par 3 which is usually into the prevailing wind. An elevated tee to a smallish green with a deep greenside bunker on the left. The members generally favour the right side of the green which often kicks onto the putting surface.
Short Par 4 from an elevated tee to a green set at the bottom of the hill. The longer hitters will fancy their chances of reaching, however, a straight shot is required with trees either side of green.
A sweeping right to left dog leg to a sloping fairway. Anything left will dice with the out-of-bounds. A drive up the right will leave a medium iron to the green. Favour the right side as the ball will tend to kick left short of the green.
A nice par 3 from an elevated tee to a long narrow green, protected at the front by a deep bunker. Avoid going left of the green. Your tee shot will invariably kick into the green from the right.
Keep your tee shot up the right side of this sloping fairway, but beware of the trees between this fairway and the 1st and 18th holes. A good tee shot enables only the longest of hitters to go for this green in 2 but deep bunkers on the approach, left and right of this undulating green are there to catch any slightly wayward approach shot.
Short Par 5 under 500 yards but your tee shot needs to hug the left side of the fairway to take advantage of the downhill slope, but there are well placed trees to catch any shot offline. A good 2nd shot will set up a good birdie chance, but beware of the ditch 30 yards from the green.
The course signature hole! A classic Par 4 where a straight tee shot is required to avoiding the ditch running the length of the left side of the fairway and the trees on the left side. This will leave a medium iron across the pond where the second shot invariably plays longer than it looks.
A very tough Par 4 of a slightly forward tee, but a Par 5 from the yellow tees. To make par, 2 straight shots are required to avoid the out of bounds left and the line of large trees right of fairway.
Right to left dog leg to an elevated green. Ensure your drive misses the pond on the left and this will give you an opportunity to reach the green with your 2nd shot. Make sure your approach edges towards the left hand side of the green as anything short will kick right.
Slight uphill Par 3 to a green visibly set into the bank. Beware of the bunkers left and right.
A really tough Par 4 from a slightly forward tee and a Par 5 from the yellow tees. A good drive avoiding the ditch at the bottom of the dip will leave a blind approach to an uphill green. Tip: Look for your line to the green when you are walking down the hill from your tee shot.
A similar Par 3 to the 14th but the uphill is more pronounced. This normally plays at least 1 club longer than 14th hole and bunkers are awaiting anything hit left or right of the green.
A tight short Par 4 with a tree lined fairway. The smart way is a medium iron to the top of the hill and a short iron to the green. For those attempting the green off the tee the line is over the middle of the copse on top of the hill left side of the fairway.
Homeward bound. A straight drive over the valley to an elevated fairway will leave a medium distance 2nd shot to a well bunkered smallish green. Tip – Avoid going big and Captain’s Charity Bunker on the right side of the green!