Hole Flyovers for : Glen Gorse in LEICESTER, England in LE2 4RF
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1Favour the left centre of the fairway to avoid the bunker. A good drive can make the hole reachable in two.2The line is just left of the fairway bunker. Too far left and you are stymied by the big tree.3Drive towards the left centre of the fairway to avoid the bunker. The second shot must be struck firmly to the green guarded with two bunkers.4First of the par 3's is slightly foreshortened by a large bunker in front of the green. A firm straight shot is rewarded with a good birdie chance.5A long par five, which most golfers would not reach in two. So a good second shot short of the ditch can set up a lofted approach.6The drive needs to finish either side of the tree in the middle of the fairway. A precise second shot has to be hit between the bunker and water.7A driver or long iron to the left side of the fairway is needed, avoiding the second pond. This sets up a good angle for the second shot into this undulating green.8Drive to the left side of the fairway if you can carry the fairway bunker. This makes the second shot easier as it avoids playing over trees and a bunker to the right of the green9There is a big tendency to be short here, so take enough club and aim for the right side of the green, as it slopes from the right to left.10A tough par four with a very undulating fairway. A good drive will normally leave a long iron or wood to a sloping green.11A high shot is required here to carry the trees and front bunker. This generally plays a little longer than you think.12An accurate drive positioned between the two mounds is required here. A well struck second shot should set up a good birdie chance.13Your drive here should favour the left centre of the fairway avoiding the fairway bunker. 14A good drive down the right centre of the fairway sets up the best angle into this very narrow two-tier green.15A well guarded short hole. A lofted straight shot should create a good birdie opportunity.16Favour the right side of the fairway as it slopes to the left. The second shot should pitch on the green to avoid the undulating approach.17Drive as close as possible to the big tree on the right side of the fairway. A long iron or wood is then needed to reach the green. If in doubt, hit a wood18The drive is best positioned to the right centre of the fairway. Club selection is vitally dependant on the flagsticks position due to a long two-tier green.