1A very demanding opening par three with a brook guarding the front and right side of the green, which catches any slightly miss hit tee shot. A par can feel like a birdie2“A deceptive par five that requires an accurately struck drive down the right hand side of the fairway. The longer hitter may attempt to hit the green in two by taking on the haz3“A tough par four with an uphill blind tee shot, with out of bounds encroaching just left of the fairway, requiring two good hits to reach the green. The green is well guarded by4“A picturesque and stunning par three that requires an accurately struck tee shot to a well guarded putting surface. Any tee shot slightly left or long of the green can find the 5“A short par five that plays a lot longer up hill. A tee shot with a fairway wood or long iron needs to be positioned just short of the brook favouring the right hand side of the6“The hardest hole, offering the best views of the course at the highest point. The perfect line for a tight tee shot is just left of the church spire in the distance. Beware the 7“A medium length par four that is pleasing to the eye requires a well struck tee shot down the right hand side of the fairway, if the pin is on the left, or down the left if the 8A risk or reward drivable par four that requires the player to either lay up in front of the cross bunker or go for the green. The pitfalls of trying to drive the green are the haz9“A short downhill par four with well positioned bunkers down both sides of the fairway that requires an accurate shot. The bank guarding the front of the green can hide the botto10An accurate tee shot down the left is needed down this narrow par four to ensure your approach shot is not blocked out by the trees on the right. Distance control is a must for you11“Another great par three with the putting surface guarded left by a large tree. The putting surface is very deceptive in its undulation and usually can make two putting very tric12“A sharp dog leg right-to-left requiring the player to either move the ball round the corner or hug the left hand side to stay on the fairway. Any ball hit straight will nd the b13“A downhill par five with a blind tee shot. The perfect line is just left of the marker post to hit the down slope and maximise distance making it possible to reach in two shots.14“A long hazardous par four. Two large well-positioned bunkers lurk down the right hand side of the fairway catching any stray tee shot. The green slopes from left- to-right so an15“A long iron or wood is needed for this narrow downhill par three making accuracy a premium. Any shot that misses the green leaves a tricky chip shot with no green to work with, 16“The perfect drive on this par five is down the right using the slope to kick the back into the centre of the fairway. The longer hitter may take on the green but faces a blind s17“A great looking par four that plays harder than it appears. The well-struck tee shot must be down the left to the widest part of the fairway leaving a tricky approach to a two-t18“Looking for an easy finish – no chance. The 18th hole is a strong par four that challenges the best golfers to their limits. The tee shot must be well-struck to reach the top
GolfTraxx makes no claim of ownership to the flyover videos presented here. These are all YouTube & Vimeo embedded videos, none of which exist of the GolfTraxx website. The narration added by GolfTraxx to some flyovers is NOT embedded in the video, but rather played simultaneously. GolfTraxx can add narration for your course flyovers and/or supply content pages for your site. The feedback we have received is that the narration makes the silent videos more fun to watch and interesting.