1A short straight hole to an elevated green. The green is well protected with 3 bunkers and difficult slopes. A tee shot with a long iron or fairway wood to the bottom of the hill w2A slow curving dog leg to the left. A tee shot with a slight draw over the white stone will give the best results. A 2-tier green awaits the 2nd shot. Walking off here with a par i3You will need to decide where you want to position your tee shot at this hole. Only the brave or foolish will try and thread the gap between the trees. The 2nd shot is best positio4This slight dogleg to the left will again need a positional tee shot, a 210yards shot straight at the telegraph pole should do the trick. Left or right will leave a 2nd shot over t5The first hole of 3 which the members describe as the Castle holes. Be careful not to concentrate too much on the Castle as your ball may also be attracted to it. Avoid the bunkers6The most difficult hole on the front nine. In the summer time the water may be reachable for longer hitters but for most it’s your Sunday best off the tee. The 2nd shot is played7The first par 3 on the course offers a spectacular view of Castle Bernard. A tee shot to the right centre of the green will do nicely and avoid the attractive water that protects a8This is the first par 5 on the men's card. Also, the only hole without a Bunker. A tee shot up the left-hand side is important to avoid the severe slope on the right. Position the 9One of the tightest driving holes on the course. A positioned tee shot of 220 yards will leave you 140 yards approximately from a small green that is slightly above. Finishing the 10A long par 4 that requires a good drive to a nice flat fairway. Right of centre will give the best line to the green. Trouble starts with the 2nd shot. A well protected green with 11How difficult can a 115 yard downhill par 3 be. You have been warned. It is a unique hole and one you will not see on any other course. As a golf designer recently commented "they 12A slight dogleg hole to the right. Aiming up the left side of the fairway is he best line to avoid a sloping fairway. The long hitters have an advantage at his hole. The green is w13A very difficult driving hole. OB on the left and large trees on the right. A slight fade off the tee is the best shot. The 2nd shot is to a large sloping green. If the flag is on 14The most difficult hole on the course. OB runs the full length of the hole on the Left-hand side. A large bank on the right with trees protecting the 2nd shot means a straight tee 15A short par 4 with a slight slope from right to Left. Length is not that important here but hitting the fairway is. A long narrow green with two front bunkers. A birdie opportunity16A similar hole to the last except for OB all down the Right. With a good score going the OB looms large. Trees on the left are no bail out area. A good tee shot will leave a short 17A relief at last the 18th hole. That’s what you think. This hole has ruined more score’s than won competitions. The water on the right has drowned many a ball and the trees on 18A relief at last the 18th hole. That’s what you think. This hole has ruined more score’s than won competitions. The water on the right has drowned many a ball and the trees on
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