1A tough start with out of bounds left, waiting to catch all those who naturally hook and a pond on the right for those wayward tee shots and out of bounds on the left.For the safe play find the fairway and a good approach shot is needed to hold the green, or for our longer hitters at 266 yards this can be a risk, reward hole. A potential birdie Be aware of the bank that protects the green to the sides and back and the solitary bunker that is also waiting to add to the challenge2A super par 3 over the River Fender.A tricky hole to get close to because of bunkers to the front, right and back. Out of bounds runs to the left, so correct club selection is paramount.3This is a difficult par 4 with out of bounds to the left and right.Such a tough hole so early in the round, especially considering the tee shot with the tree line down the left and a fairway bunker on the right.Even after a good tee shot, it will still leave a tricky long iron to an inviting green. An uphill putt on this hole is advantageous4A superb hole, especially off the competition tee. There is out of bounds to the right and a plantation to the left.A drive to the left of the fairway will leave an easier approach to a green that is well protected by a ditch and bunkers to the front and left.5Possibly the best dog leg Par 5 in the area.Off the white tees, it is a daunting hole and an accurate tee shot up the right side will give you the best chance of negotiating the well guarded dog-leg. An inviting uphill greenthat subtlety can account for many a three putt. Although the right hand bunker is like a magnet to golf balls. A good birdie opportunity for the above average golfer.6A plantation protects the left side of the fairway, whilst trees surrounding the practice ground come into play on the right.A straight drive is required to leave a pitch onto a raised green, but beware of the monster bunker nicknamed "Jaws" that protects the front of this green.7A long par 4 usually into the wind.Off the back tees, this is a monster, with the river to the left and trees skirting the practice ground to the right. It is very easy to find yourself in trouble and in need of a c8This stroke index 4 hole is as tough a golf hole as you will play,particularly off the white tees, into the prevailing wind. An accurate tee shot is need to avoid a long second shot from the left, or the water hazard to the right. Finding the faiapproach to the green, where you must avoid the water hazard on the left and the bunker to the right.9A tricky and under estimated par 3 which features a small pond in front of the tee.A small but inviting green is the target, but beware as it is closely guarded by numerous bunkers.10The 10th will require all of your attention to negotiate the narrow gap in the trees aheadA generous fairway awaits but this is a long holeA lengthy second shot is needed, but the green is guarded by a bunker either side. You will settle for a four on this hole any day of the week.11A good par 4.A drive down the left hand side of the fairway is required as there is out of bounds on the right.This will give you the best view of this uphill green, but watch for the 2 bunkers, left and right, that guard it.12This is a lovely par 3 with bunkers protecting the green on either sideIt is sometimes advantageous to take an extra club to ensure you reach, but beware of the hollow that runs immediately in front of your target.13This is another long par 4,particularly into the prevailing wind. A good drive left of centre will give you the best view of this uphill green, which again is protected by several bunkers left and right.14Stroke index 18 but not as easy as it first appearsKeep away from the course boundary on the left hand side and you will be rewarded with a simple pitch onto a long green, but don't stray too far to the right as there is a small pl15This is the longest hole on the course.A good birdie opportunity is available for those who can hold their nerve and avoid the out of bounds left. The green is in a bowl and precision golf is required to hold the green.16This is our signature hole.It is a spectacular par 3 which requires carry over two stretches of the River Birket. The difficulty does not end there, the water continues to be in play all the way down the lefHit it long and you will be in deep trouble on grass banks that surround the boundaries of the hole, anything wayward may end up in one of the 4 bunkers that further protect the gr17A narrow fairway with a very difficult, small green,well protected by deep bunkers. Getting on and staying on is the prO-Blem, the small green being a challenge to any player.18A dog-leg with danger running all the way up the left.A great finishing hole. Land your ball to the left of the fairway, to leave an easier approach to the green.Anything too far right and you are in danger of being blocked out from the green by the small copse of trees skirting the back of the 17th. The long-ish green holds the ball well,
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