Hole Flyovers for : Flackwell Heath Golf Club in FLACKWELL HEATH, England in HP10 9PE
hp10-9peFLACKWELL HEATH WEATHER
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1If the sight of people watching from the clubhouse window holds no fear for you, the first drive is a gentle opener. A copse front left of the tee then two bunkers and more trouble2A tough drive from the back tee which favours a fade to avoid a kick from the right to left sloping fairway.3A pretty hole that can have a sting in its tail. The long green, sloping severely from back to front, makes club selection important.4A tempting drive across the valley for big hitters to go at the green but much rough awaits an errant drive.5Standing on the tee, the hole lies well below you, the view is excellent but a well struck blow is essential to make this par 3 green.6The first of the so-called "Railway holes", the railway was removed years ago, needs a well struck tee shot down the left side as the slope will sweep the ball down to the right.7The second "Railway hole", a long tough par 5 sloping left to right all the way. The first and second shots should be kept left to use the slopes. The safer approach to the elevate8The uphill par 3 is a daunting target to hit from the back tee.9A tee shot to the right side is ideal as the slope right to left will sweep the ball to the left rough.10The back tee here with its corridor of trees to contend with can put fear into the heart of slicers.11The long hitters can have a go at clearing the pit on the right to leave a level, visible short-iron approach. The alternative is to lay up short of the pit avoiding the risk, leav12This par 3 is a natural amphitheatre for the clubhouse and surrounds. Five bunkers surround the green to catch anything offline. Judgement of the distance is essential and the wind13Miss the fairway either side and you will be blocked from going directly for the green with your second.14The 14th is the shortest par 5 on the course. With tall trees down the left hand side of the fairway and the boundary of the course on the right, an accurate tee shot is essential15The fairway is generous on this slight dog-leg left but a well struck drive is essential if the green is to be attempted in two.16The run home starts here with a short par 4. A cleverly positioned fairway bunker and a slope leading to bushes can catch any tee shot down the right, making the left half favourab17Only the longest hitters can reach the green in two on this good par 5. A generous fairway to hit but trees await either side to catch those offline.18The final drive must first clear the humps to make the fairway.