Hole Flyovers for : Hinckley in HINCKLEY, England in LE10 3DR
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1A good opener, the fairway falls from left to right so a tee shot that favours the left half should put you in good position to approach the green.2A tough par 4 that requires a long drive to the right of the large tree to gain a good view of the green.3The shortest hole on the golf course but not the easiest green to hit, tee shots should favour the right half as balls falling short left will struggle to hold the putting surface.4The fairway slopes from left to right, the ideal tee shot should be right half of the fairway to open up the hole for your second.5A long carry is required from the back tees if taking a direct route over the pond, tee shots to the right will need to be accurate so club choice is very important here.6A strong par 4 with bunkers positioned to catch tee shots that stray offline left and right. 7The shortest Par 5 on the course, the longer the tee shot the tighter the fairway gets.8The tee box is protected by the trees so feeling the strength of the wind can be difficult, generally the hole plays slightly longer than its yardage.9A tough driving hole, left of centre is the target. The second shot plays uphill to one of the most undulating and toughest greens on the golf course.10The tee shot should be positioned down the right half of the fairway and plays considerably downhill, club selection off the tee is important as the pond is in range for many.11A tough par 4, accuracy off the tee is key to having a good view at the green.12A short par 3 to a generous size green, a pure strike is required to avoid the large water hazard waiting for shots falling short13Out of bounds borders the left side of the hole, taking a tight line brings this in to play.14Stroke index 1, the longest par 4 on the golf course, you need a good solid drive down the right half to be in with a chance of hitting the green in regulation.15A solid drive here should give you a short to mid iron into the green, bunkers are positioned right and left to catch errant tee shots. The green is well guarded by greenside bunke16Playing this hole off the back tees is extremely demanding, you are looking to position your tee shot just over the dip in the fairway to leave a short iron to the green. 17A narrow fairway at the driving distance off the tee, missing this fairway makes it difficult to get back in position to make par.18A long par 3 to finish, most will need a driver or a fairway metal to reach the putting surface in regulation.