1A good test to open up your round despite its modest length. Gently doglegging from right to left and usually played with the prevailing wind, a drawn tee shot is required to acce2The second is a strong par 5 which provides two options from the tee. Those without the firepower will opt to play for short of the two fairway bunkers, playing the hole as a thre3Despite being the shortest hole on the layout, the par 3 third provides plenty of challenges. Club selection is vital from the tee as the wind is usually directly into you and can 4The fourth provides a good opportunity to pick up a shot, but still requires some solid ball striking. The tee shot can be shaped either way but a draw to hold up against the bree5After a fairly score able opening four holes, the fifth provides a stern examination. A 212 yard par 3 that plays slightly uphill and into the wind, with very little margin for er6A demanding dogleg right par 4. The tee shot is played through a funnel, with out of bounds lurking right for a sliced tee shot, along with a bunker and a copse of trees for anyth7Statistically the easiest hole on the course and a really good chance to make a birdie. A shot of around 240 yards off the tee will take the fairway bunker out of play and leave a8An often tricky par 4 which is largely down to a tough tee shot. The prevailing wind tends to be into and from the left which is every right handed golfer's nemesis. The rough up t9Another short par 4 that can be played in one of two ways. The conservative play is to take an iron off the tee and lay back to somewhere between 100 and 120 yards depending on pre10The start to the back nine once again provides a good chance at birdie. A very slight dog leg right par 4 where a mid iron to the left half of a wide fairway is the safe option fro11The beginning of a daunting stretch of holes. The eleventh is a medium length par 4 which sweeps from right to left. A well placed bunker frames the left side of the dogleg and an 12This one's a brute. Despite being stroke index five, it's regarded by many as the toughest hole on the layout at a nudge over 460 yards. The hole doglegs slightly from right to lef13Stroke index 1 and for very good reason. 455 yards of pure stress is the best way to describe the thirteenth hole. A stream meanders down the right and across the fairway at arou14This par 3 is possibly the best looking hole on the property. It's not long at 167 yards, but it will demand your respect. The prevailing wind blows into and out of the right but15The longest par 5 on the course at 552 yards and one where accuracy is as important as distance. The tee shot is narrow and is played to a fairway that cambers from left to right.16Another strong par 4 down the closing stretch. Much of the difficulty once again lies off the tee. Thick bushes down the left are not to be messed with and the mounding just left17Welcome to the signature hole here at Brickhampton Court. A short par 3 that shares some resemblance to the legendary 17th at TPC Sawgrass, with the Millennium lake staring you do18The closing hole is a short par 4 but one that still needs to be played with care. The wind tends to blow into which adds yardage and makes strike all so important. The shorter h
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