Hole Flyovers for : Bramhall in STOCKPORT, England in SK7 2EY
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1A tough opening hole which requires a well positioned tee-shot.
You can drive to the left or right side of the fairway to avoid being blocked out by the trees which protect the 2A short par four giving long-hitters the opportunity to take on the green.
Bunkers protect the front edge of the green but a sensible approach to the generous green provides an 3A par three with the green protected by greenside bunkers on both sides with a cross bunker short of the green.4A great par 4 hole that brings you back to the clubhouse.
A fairly straightforward drive will leave an approach to the green which is protected by a pond to the front and right 5A long and challenging par 4. Stroke index 1 indicates that this is the most difficult hole on the course.
A long straight drive is required to stay on the fairway which will no6This is a challenging par 3 with the green protected by greenside bunkers and a water hazard to the left.
It requires a very accurate tee-shot to reach the green from the tee.7The first par 5 is a right hand dogleg.
Keeping your tee-shot in play is critical as the remainder of getting to the green should be fairly straightforward if you can negotiate 8A dogleg 4 hole which requires a good tee shot to enable reaching the green in two shots.
If you can keep clear of the Oak Tree on the elbow of the dogleg then you will have sig9A tough and long par 4 hole with a water hazard short of the green brings your front nine to a close.
A wide open fairway provides a false sense of security as without a good st10A slight dog-leg to start your back nine.
Anything from the tee should avoid being blocked out by the Oak on the right or worse getting caught in the pond on the right.11The second hardest hole on the course by index.
A slight dogleg to the left will need a decent tee-shot to leave a long approach to a relatively small target.12A short par three but the green is well protected by bunkers left and right. A sheltered tee-shot can leave you at the mercy of the prevailing wind. The green is generous and any t13Out of bounds down the right side means you will always aim down the left side from the tee.
The second shot is through a narrow gap protected by trees on the left and out of bo14This par 3 should be the easiest hole on the course if you go by stroke index.
As with most short holes hitting the green will leave you with the best chance of par, but the pin15A short par 4 protected by a central bunker on the approach.
The central bunker will only catch the longest hitters so anything central between the fairway bunkers leaves a good16A straight hole off the tee with a downward slope on the fairway.
The tee leaves the impression of a generous target but the fairway is often cut narrow meaning that your approa17This par 4 always gives you a chance of par or better but anything wayward either from the tee or the approach leaves you in trouble.
What appears to be a generous green can oft18A straight par 4 protected by cross-bunkers that will only trouble the longest hitters off the tee.
The downhill approach to the severely sloping (back to front) green will norm