Hole Flyovers for : Carlyon Bay Hotel in ST AUSTELL, England in PL25 3RD
pl25-3rdST AUSTELL WEATHER
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1Running along the top of the cliffs, with panoramic views over St. Austell Bay, “Carlyon” is an extremely welcoming opening hole.2This is one of the most challenging holes on the Golf Course. “Tregrehan” is an early test in your round.3“Shorthorn” is a picturesque, yet taxing, short hole.
The very narrow opening to the green is guarded by strategically placed bunkers nestling at the front. This makes what 4The relatively short par 5 “Main Line” can be reached in two by the longer hitters. However, the hole is not as easy as it might first appear with mine shafts hugging both lef5Polmear along with all the par 3’s is a demanding hole requiring a precise iron shot to find the putting surface. Playing downhill from the back tees it plays a club shorter than6Polgavor is a beautifully scenic hole played along the cliff edge with a generous fairway flanked by 2 small bunkers on either side.7"Cally Varder" is an attractive short par 4 with a fairway which contours from right to left.8A complex par 4 that requires a precise tee shot. Any shot straying to the right will be gathered up by the trees or finish blocked out behind them.9Not a long hole in yardage but a demanding one still. Club selection is important to make sure you lay up short of the old quarry which is a hazard on this hole at 260 yards from t10This short par 5 “Bream Rocks” gives you the chance to kick start your back 9. A very picturesque hole running along the cliff edge and down towards the beach located beside th11A short but extremely challenging hole awaits you on the 11th.
A very narrow green is never easy to find and is surrounded by trouble on all sides. Bunkers heavily guard the lef12Playing back up the steepest hill on the course this hole plays well beyond it’s short yardage.
A fairway with a left to right camber pulls the ball to the right hand rough. A13The complexity of this hole lies initially with the gradient of the fairway. The line of the fairway bunkers in the distance is a good line to take and the ball will be drawn back 14After a short walk from the 13th green taking you to the other side of train line, the shortest Par 4 on the course awaits.
A drive favouring the left of centre is the perfect t15“Fir Copse” is the most taxing of the par 5’s on the course where distance and accuracy are of equal significance.
The tee shot itself pinches in at driving distance with 16One of the most testing driving holes on the course, accuracy is of vital importance.
A successful drive down the tree-lined fairway will leave a short to mid-iron approach to t17A challenging tee shot awaits on the 17th with trees guarding the left edge of the fairway and out of bounds lurking to the right. Finding this fairway is of vital importance to be18A tough Par 3 stands between you and the finish.
Playing slightly down hill this hole plays under its full yardage. With bunkers, bushes and out of bounds right of this green