1A straight forward Par-4, although the prevailing wind from behind your left shoulder can test your nerves, as Out-of-Bounds runs down the right hand side of the hole. The fairway2The 2nd is the first of three Par-3s and is an early test for the average golfer. There is trouble down the right hand side, as heavy rough and trees guard the railway line and Ou3This long Par-4 plays directly into the prevailing wind with Out-of-Bounds to the right of the fairway and an open water hazard and a well-placed fairway bunker on the left can eas4As with all the holes on the outward nine, the Out-of-Bounds is on the right for the full length of the hole, and the prevailing wind is in your face. Although there are no bunkers5An elevated tee gives a clear view of the fairway and the water hazards. A large open water hazard on the left of the fairway is a feature of this hole and with a second further t6This is the second of the Par-3s, and from an elevated tee is a match for anyone’s nerves. Out-of-Bounds which runs down the right hand side of the hole and alongside the green 7The Par-4 7th (Par-5 for the ladies) is played as a dogleg to the right, making the green hidden from the tee. The hole provides a good test of resolve. The brook crossing in fron8A good Par-4, with the test here being the narrow figure of eight elevated green and plenty of contour around the green to catch the pushed or pulled approach. The drive is under 9This hole is a Par-5 for the men and Par-4 for ladies. The hole usually plays downwind. Although not long, the men’s drive over the corner of the adjacent canal and Out-of-Bound10The 10th hole begins the back nine of the course, and as such is the second hardest Par-4 for the men. Requiring a well struck tee shot to bring the distant green in range for you11The last of our Par-3s again plays directly into the prevailing wind and is well protected with three deep bunkers. A pulled tee shot will mean a difficult chip back to the putting12Playing from elevated tees and driving over the brook to an elevated green can leave a second shot played off a hanging lie. Good bunkers left and right protect the narrow approach13Beware of the pit to left when playing from this elevated tee. The fairway is divided by the brook, and whilst shorter hitters prefer to lay up short of the brook, big hitters can14This hole offers plenty of challenges, with a pit crossing the fairway making only the biggest of hitters considering going for the long carry. The undulating fairway can easily a15This hole is a good Par-4 for the men, and a tough Par-5 for the ladies. With trees left and right, the double open water hazard is an obstacle for the second or even third shot o16This is the second Par-5 for the men (Par-4 for ladies), which again plays into the prevailing wind. Off the men’s tee, with a narrow entrance to the fairway beckoning, the open17Driving directly into the prevailing wind, with a rough mound and a fairway bunker on the right to catch the short tee shot, a further bunker some 55 yards short of the green makes18Hitting back towards the clubhouse, only a straight drive from the tee will avoid trees (both to the left and right) and also the well-placed water hazard to the right. The last g
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