Hole Flyovers for : Crook in CROOK, England in DL15 9AA
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1The opening hole, at first sight, looks simple enough. The tee shot is important, keep it straight and avoid the trees left and right, and whinnies (local name for gorse) waiting f2A challenging par 3, that ideally requires a faded tee shot to the green. The line from the tee is left of centre; aim at the single tree at the back of the green.3An intimidating par 4, but if you play your tee shot straight, the slope will take your ball towards the fairway bunker on the right side.4An interesting par 3, the approach to the green runs from right to left. A small green with no bunkers, its defence is its size and the slopes around the green. 5A testing par 4, that requires a positive decision from the tee to avoid the trees on the left and right. The ridge across the fairway gathers the tee shots to the right.6A short par 4, but one that must be given respect. The tee shot is most important and ideally should be played just right of centre, with the natural contours taking the ball to th7A picturesque par 3, but one that demands your attention if you are to make a par or better. From the raised tee you must judge the club you need to hit the middle of the green wit8Do not be too greedy on this tee shot – thread your way through the trees with whatever club that will take you onto the fairway. 9A good par 5, the tee shot is important to get in position for the next shot. Take a look at the lie of the land as the fairway slopes to the left.10A deceptively long par 4, looks longer than it yardage suggests Drive to the left side of the fairway and the ball will settle down to the centre.11A deceptively long par 3 always plays longer than it looks. The green is wider than deep. A straight shot for the centre of the green is required, but landing on the front is prefe12Although classified as a short par 4, this hole is stroke index 1 , positioning is crucial to play this hole well. The fairway slopes both left and right,a hogsback, kicking the ba13A long par 5, positioning is crucial to play this hole well. The tee shot should favour the right hand side of the fairway to avoid the right-to-left camber, while the second shot 14A good drive, following the line towards the farm building out the back of the green will make the hole a very easy par 4.15An uphill par 3 to a blind two level green, with bunkers short left and two to the right. As a general rule, better long than short but there is no substitute for hitting the green16Again an uphill par 4 which has a demanding tee shot. It is important keep it straight and avoid the trees to the right and the whinnies for the wayward shot to the left.17Another uphill tee shot this time to a par 5. The ideal tee shot is to the right of the fairway to avoid the trees on the left (be wary of the wall as it can come into play on the 18Image DescriptionThe last par 4 and your last challenge on the course. A solid tee shot is required to a blind fairway.