1A fairly straightforward slightly dog leg hole to start your round. You will see a newly constructed full width bunker which is 44 yards to the centre of the green and would catch 2The fairway doglegs right at 240yds to a well protected green. Accuracy off the tee is the key to this hole as it is better to be on the left hand side of the fairway to have a bet3This is the first Par 5 and although not long at 480 yards (476 yellows and 427 Ladies ) it's a risk/reward hole.Care is required on this hole as a good long tee shot to the right 4A par 3 of 170 yards (163 yellow and 135 Ladies). This may look a simple par 3 with now only two reprofiled bunkers right and left and constructed in 2018, but most would be very p5This long par 4 (Par 5 Ladies) plays longer than its yardage as the fairway rises quite steeply for the last 80 yards to a long deep green. In recent times the Tee has been moved c6Rather like the previous hole it is on the boundary of the course, which again is the hedge on the right. The hole is a gentle Dog Leg which is enhanced from the back tee by a smal7The second Par 3. A deceiving hole with a kidney shaped green which always seems smaller than its yardage. The front of the green is not visible from the tee and anything short ten8This is the longest Par 5 on the course and you need 3 good shots to reach this. From the Completely Rebuilt Tees (2018) for both Men and Ladies the best line is towards the water 9The final hole of the first nine - but a deceptive challenge for most. The crucial shot here is the drive from the reconstructed Teeing Area (2018) which needs to be placed between10The opening hole on the back nine curves and doglegs left with an internal Out of Bounds down the left. Care needs to be taken with the tee shot and without doubt a draw is the bes11The hole tends to play slightly longer than it looks, mainly due to the fact it is set on a plateau, which blocks any shots that try to run up onto the green. There is a single new12The last par 5 and perhaps what most would see as the signature hole of Astbury. The ladies and seniors get the bonus here of playing from the "safe" side of the ravine. It is most13A relatively short hole requiring a good drive to the right half of the fairway avoiding the deep hollow in the centre, which gives access to the green which lies in a drop in the 14Yardage would suggest this is a straightforward hole but it is anything but...as the tee shot is vitally important. The two large trees in the fairway at 258 yards come into play a15The finishing 4 holes can make or break your card at Astbury and it starts here for most golfers. This is a long par 3 to a sloping green back to front which is protected on the le16Three really strong Par 4's finish the round, with accuracy paramount here. A straight drive can leave a long to mid iron to a green protected by bunkers. Trees are the main obstac17A really tough par 4 (5 for Ladies) which plays every yard of its length. A testing hole and it is important that the drive finds the fairway to give any chance of reaching the gre18A really great hole. This is a dogleg right to left with preferred tee shot to the middle of the 2 large tree in the centre of the fairway but that is a 200 yard plus drive. As for
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