1Calcot Park does not follow the modern trend of opening with a gentle par five. The first hole is a testing par four of well over four hundred yards that demands two well-struck sh2The second hole, at first sight, provides a measure of light relief but a well guarded, two-tiered green is receptive to only the most precise of pitches.3The third is another longish par four allowing the longer hitters a chance to 'open-up'. The water hazard traversing the front of the green is crossed by the Millennium Bridge with4The fourth hole is a par three of modest length, where strategically placed bunkers on the left and a large grass bunker on the right contribute to a tendency to come up short of t5The Par four 5th relies on a constantly threatening stream and sloping fairway to trap the unwary. Also, a large grass bunker awaits to catch a faltering tee shot.6The par five sixth that follows has three cross bunkers to be negotiated from the elevated tee. An open ditch meanders down and across the fairway, just before the green. Long hitt7The golfer who leaves the sixth hole with anything more than a par can expect no immediate relief here. The par three seventh, as well as being the most picturesque on the course, 8The first nine is completed by two testing par fours. The eighth traversing a narrow tree line, dog legging to the left over a hill and down to the green and its waiting bunkers9The ninth has blind fairway bunkers to catch a wayward tee shot as we cross the East Drive and up to Calcot Park's Mansion House. It is to be hoped that the golfer has not found th10The tenth offers a perfect birdie opportunity to golfers of even moderate ability.11The long eleventh often requires an accurate drive between the adjacent fairway bunkers and then an accurate mid-iron into the green.12The twelfth, our longest hole, is a par five worthy of note; two bunkers await either side of the fairway to catch a slightly wayward drive. Your second shot sees you crossing the 13From the Tournament tees the 13th hole is Calcot Park's longest par 3 measuring 190 yards. A well struck iron shot will see your ball carry the deep gully but your work is not ov14To play the hole as Harry Colt designed it, a right to left shot is required from the tee. Beware of the two willow trees that have been strategically placed on the right side of 15Try to keep your tee shot down the left side of the fairway to ensure that the camber on the undulating landing area does not penalise you excessively. Your approach also needs to16Once again a right to left shot is ideal from the teeing ground but be sure to take enough club to be certain of the ball finishing in the bottom of the gully otherwise an awkward 17The final par 3 on the golf course once again presents you with a gully and a challenging carry. A shot to the middle of the green is the play on this hole as this will give you a18This 465 yard par 4 presents each player with a very challenging drive that needs to be struck down the right side of the fairway to avoid the hidden deep gully that is placed appr
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