Hole Flyovers for : Isle Of Purbeck Golf Club, Purbeck in SWANAGE, England in BH19 3AB
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1Heading out to the West the fairway is wide and undulating with a nearly blind second shot leading to an attractive green perched out to the right above the dell.2A well-bunkered fairway sloping somewhat to the left returns you to the clubhouse to finish under the windows of the dining room.3A blind hole slightly dog-leg to the left, the main problem being the three bunkers that guard the green.4Straightforward enough and easily reached with the wind behind but take care not to overshoot.5The medal tee is on top of a bronze age burial ground. An exciting hole of ravishing beauty with the approach to the green quite narrow and running at complete right angles to the 6This is the second longest hole which can seem even longer with a headwind and an uphill gradient. At the head of the valley there is a large two-level green, which is difficult to7The tee is next to the old Bronze Age burial mound. A sound drive is required to avoid falling away to the right. The green is small, sloping and guarded on both sides.8The longest hole on the course. The drive must be good in order to reach the green which is situated on rising ground.9This has a circular, downhill sloping green, completely surrounded by bunkers. Only a high accurate tee shot will avoid trouble.10The fairway starts narrow, the ground then falls steeply away and widens in the approach to a large and beautifully sited green. Putts on this green are straighter than they appear11This hole is possibly unique. A large two-level green situated on a shelf of land is surrounded by a sea of heather and backed by pines12Leaving a group of fir trees the drive is across a rough ravine. The fairway begins on rising ground and goes over the hill with a tumulus on either side, then levels out for an ea13The fairway is edged with heather and crossed by a small stream at the appropriate distance to receive a well-hit drive.14The tee is high and there is a long carry over gorse and heather to the fairway which has a rolling hill across it.15A short hole on the Western boundary. Numerous bunkers encircle the green which slopes slightly away towards gorse bushes16A very attractive hole with a blind tee shot and again a small stream crossing the fairway.17The drive brings you to the foothills of this small range of “mountains”. The green is guarded by steep slopes either side and a deep bunker to the right.18A wide fairway across an old bridle path and the green is situated on rising ground in front of the clubhouse.