Hole Flyovers for : Huddersfield Golf Club (Fixby) in HUDDERSFIELD, England in HD2 2EP
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1A strong opening par 4. The drive should be aimed towards the right half of the fairway leaving a mid to long iron into the green.2A straight forward tee shot as you see it. The second shot always plays at least a club longer because of a false front at the front of the green.3A driver or 3 wood off the tee to a generous fairway will leave a fairway wood or long ion to the green.4The 1st of 5 par 3’s on the course. This hole plays longer than its length as the ball has to be carried all the way to the green.5A left to right tee shot will leave you short of the bunker.6A tee shot finding the fairway will leave a mid iron uphill to a green that slopes severely from back to front with out of bounds to the right hand side of the dry ditch. Avoid goi7Long hitters can carry the bunkers on the corners right to left dog-leg. Alternatively a tee shot just to the right of the bunkers will leave a second shot downhill to a tight gree8A gem of a short par 3 with a well guarded sloping green. A straight shot is required to hit the green and a 3 is always a good score.9A long testing par 4. Avoid the 2 fairway bunkers off the tee. 10The drive should be aimed down the left hand side of the fairway avoiding the out of bounds on the right. The second shot is uphill to a two tier green and plays longer than its le11A good looking par 3 which is all carry to the putting surface. A straight shot is required missing the green left leaves a difficult pitch. Be aware of the out of bounds down the 12The tee shot should be aimed down the right allowing the ball to find its way into the middle of the fairway on a right to left slope. 13A strong par 3. A long club is required to hit a small green protected by a bunker on the left and a steep slope right. Hitting the green is a must.14The tee shot should be aimed up the left hand side of a left to right sloping fairway. 15Long hitters should take a fairway wood off the tee to lay up short of the gorse on the right and bunkers on the left. The second shot is uphill to a two tier green with a severely16A semi blind tee shot over the marker post is required here. This will leave a mid to long iron into a tight green with a bunker guarding the right hand side.17The last of the par 3’s. A long straight shot is required as it plays longer than it looks. Bunkers guard the green right and left. A 3 is always a good score here.18A par 5 finish. The tee shot is all uphill and the marker post is a good line.