1A tough opening tee shot with out of bounds down the right hand side. Players should try to get the ball to the left to allow a clear shot to the green. Anything right will be bloc2A straight drive is required to avoid the small pond on the right hand side. This will leave a long iron to a fairly open green that slopes towards you. A 4 on this hole is always 3dogleg to the left. Club selection is key off the Tee. Players are looking to finish between 190 – 230 yards to have a clear shot at the green. Try to avoid the pond on the right4The green slopes hard from back to front so getting it to the flag can be difficult. The hole is fairly open so the wind makes club selection tricky. There is a bunker short left a5A very demanding tee shot with trees both left and right. Try to favour the right side of the fairway to make the second easier. A lay up should leave a nice easy wedge for the 3rd6A sharp dogleg hole from left to right means club selection is key. Tee shots finishing on the left hand side will open up a second shot to the green. A fairly long green with bunk7Not only long but trees both left and right all the way down the hole. Even after a good tee shot on the right half the fairway leaves a lengthy approach to a large green that has 8This is the signature hole at St Neots Golf Club. A demanding short Par 3 that’s plays across the River Kym. The wind always swirls here making club selection very difficult. The9Although short this Par 4 plays longer than its yardage due to a fairly steep hill. A very tight tee shot so players should drop down to a fairway wood for accuracy. Avoid the 2 fa10This fairly gentle hole drifts round to the left, so Tee Shots are better on the right hand side. Not a long hole so a medium iron to a very flat green. Bunkers left and right but 11Again accuracy is key on this hole. Tall poplar trees line the right side of the fairway, so players need to keep left. Once on the fairway the approach to the green needs to be st12A tricky short Par 4 with a blind tee shot. An iron off the tee is required here to make sure you hit the fairway. The line off the tee is the last tall poplar tree in the distance13The longest Par 3 on the course which normally requires a wood for most players. There is Out of bounds left which will catch anything pulled on this hole. The green has a bunker o14The second of only 2 Par 5’s on the course. A good chance to improve your score here. Players should feel they can open their shoulders with the tee shot. The 2 mounds in the dis15A tough hole that requires a long tee shot that favours the right hand side of the fairway. Only the long hitters will get to the corner and be able to see the green. The approach 16A tough hole where Par is a good score. The green is large and slopes right to left guarded by many bunkers. Miss the green left and the ball will kick down into the Great River Ou17A short Par 4 that plays uphill but hit the fairway and a real birdie chance. The approach shot should only require a short iron meaning a great chance to improve your score. The g18An accurate tee shot is required as there are trees right and left of the fairway. Miss the fairway and you will find it hard to reach the green. Players should use the clubhouse a
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