1Take note of the marker post at the back of the green.Long hitters should be aware of running out of fairway to the right off the tee and being blocked out by trees.2The tee shot needs to favour centre/right ofthe fairway to open up the green for the second shot. A well struck drive will leave only a short second to a generous green.3A real challenge of a par 3. Long and with trouble on all sides.Higher handicaps would do well to play a medium iron from the tee and not risk the greenside bunkers or out of bounds on the right and left.4As is so often the case at Coombe Wood the emphasis here is on accuracy.For the longer hitters a three wood or long iron from the tee as close as you dare to the line of poplars on the left will leave only a short pitch to the green. Safety off the teeFor the longer hitters a three wood or long iron from the tee as close as you dare to the line of poplars on the left will leave only a short pitch to the green. Safety off the tee5A two tiered green, so check the pin placement before selecting your club. The tee is sheltered from everything but a headwind, be careful to check the direction.A two tiered green, so check the pin placement before selecting your club. The tee is sheltered from everything but a headwind, be careful to check the direction.6A straight drive landing centre/right is ideal as the fairway tends to kick the ball to the left.Club selection is important going into the green as a front or back pin placement makes a big difference.7Don’t get greedy from the tee, the fairway bunkers are deeper than you mightthink and will make it difficult to reach the green. A three wood or long iron to the fairway will leave only a short shot.think and will make it difficult to reach the green. A three wood or long iron to the fairway will leave only a short shot.8Another long par 3. Aim slightly left for the shortest route over the ‘cliff’. Anything hit too far to the right is in big trouble.9Longer hitters may take on this par 4 and be rewarded,but the entrance to the green is narrow. Any doubts, then hit an iron from the tee but beware the fairway bunkers to the right.but the entrance to the green is narrow. Any doubts, then hit an iron from the tee but beware the fairway bunkers to the right.10the tee shot should be aimed slightly right of centre to give the best line for the second shot,which is played blind over the ‘cliff’ to the second half of the fairway.Take note of the marker post at the back of the green. Long hitters should be aware of running out of fairway to the right off the tee and being blocked out by trees.11Aim the drive just to the right of centre as the fairway kicks the ball to the left.Longer hitters might consider a long iron from the tee if downwind to avoid the ditch running across the fairway.The green, like the fairway will tend to kick the ball from right to left.12A tee shot finishing below the hole will leave the best chance of a makeable putt.Anything from above the hole when running quickly could have your nerves in tatters on this sloping green13A good straight drive is paramount on this tough par 4.The second shot plays longer than the yardage might suggest and should be aimed centre/right of the green.14A swirling wind should be carefully studied on this tee as should pin placement, both making a big difference to club selection.15A fairway wood or long iron tee shot aimed just to the left of the fairway bunker will leave a short iron to the green.The second shot needs to be played positively to this uphill green.16Aim left of centre off the tee to allow the slope to take the ball to the right. Anything too far left however and the out of bounds is waiting. A risky tee shot for the longer hit17Club selection is again the emphasis on this tricky downhill par 3 but if in doubt,take the shorter club as the big trouble is at the back of the green.18Uphill all the way, the tee shot must be well struck to avoid a very long second shot.The line from the tee should be at the right half of the clubhouse. Longer hitters should be aware of the ditch that runs across the fairway.Take plenty of club on the second shot up the hill to the narrow green.
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