Hole Flyovers for : Knebworth Golf Club in KNEBWORTH, England in SG3 6NL
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1Good opening hole. Downhill drive to right half of fairway for best approach shot.2Stay to right half of fairway here; distance less important than position with OB to right.3Wide fairway encourages a big drive, for a chance to take the green in two for a birdie on this par-5.4The first par-3 has the green sloping down towards the bunker guarding front left. 5Once again, position more important than distance. Take the right half of fairway for the best shot uphill to a green that slopes down towards the bunker in front. 6The avenue of trees leading from the tee tends to push the drive into the further trees to right, so try to stay left half of the uphill fairway for the best approach. 7A dog-leg, turning left at the copse of trees to the left side of the fairway that the big hitters take on to straighten out the hole.8A good view of the green and its guardians from the elevated tee, so swing easy and don't under-club!9Aim for the right half of the fairway, high enough to carry the tall tree in case you're off line.10The trees in the copse beyond the green are nearer than they look and there is OB at the line of trees to the left. 11With OB all down the line of trees to left, the tee shot to the left half of the right-sloping fairway calls for strong nerves as well as good golf! Anything else makes for a more 12A wide fairway but OB to left and trees to right enforce a note of caution. 13A dog-leg turning right at the furthest trees on the right. Watch out for the bunkers guarding the front left corner and the bank sloping out from the right side of the green.14What you see from the tee is more or less what you get, but this green has some big swings on the right half of the nearer, lower tier.15The narrow fairway rewards a straight tee shot, ideally to the right half of the fairway.16With three fairway bunkers placed to catch off-line drives, this is a hole where position counts more than distance (unless you’re straight and strong enough to drive the green!)17A dog-leg turning left at the fairway bunkers, of which the long hitters will play just short, for the chance of a strong second to the green for birdie.18The open fairway vista tempts a 'let it rip' drive for a last birdie before sign off.