Hole Flyovers for : Clitheroe in CLITHEROE, England in BB7 1PP
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1A driver is not necessarily the club on this hole. A three wood would be a sensible choice.2A tight driving hole . A well struck iron would be sufficient. Be sure to leave yourself an uphill putt.3Only the finest hit drive will be rewarded with a short iron into this well guarded green. Otherwise two long irons will be required.4A short but well-guarded hole with a tricky green. Try to bite off too much of the dog – leg and be warned.5A beautiful hole without too much complication. Straight is the key. Few people over hit the green.6From the tee this hole looks so exciting for the long hitter! However, with out of bounds all down the left and a severely sloping green, position for the second shot is vital.7A long drive should be rewarded with a shot at the green. Again the pin position dictates the holes impact for the day.8An Uphill shot to a well-guarded green. Be short and risk a bunker. Be long and hope your short game is hot on the day.9A fantastic hole with a tough second shot. Hitting the fairway is a must, with a raised green a high soft shot is needed to hold the green.10A slight fade off the left will leave an easy shot into a large green. Right is not the place to be.11A high draw will put you in A1 position. Another protected green with a narrow entrance will again test your irons.12A brilliant designed hole! Long, sloping right to left fairway with a green to match. A Par feels like a birdie.13Only two of the best shots here will be rewarded with an eagle chance. The hole demands a left to right shape for safe channel to the pin.14A tough par 3 with one of the trickiest greens . Keep the ball below the pin.15A hole setup for a gentle fade round the dog – leg. Accuracy is the key. Too far left can leave a lengthy shot.16What seems like an easy par 4, needs respect. Too far right and a shot over a large bunker which awaits to gobble up any poorly struck irons. The flag is not always the shot.17What a fantastic little hole. What it lacks in length it makes up for in character. Surrounded by hazards and a sloping green. A fantastic arena awaits a finely struck shot.18A great finishing hole. Two of the finest woods will reward a grandstand finish. A draw off the tee is required if the green is your target for your second shot.