Hole Flyovers for : Lilley Brook in CHELTENHAM, England in GL53 8EG
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1Although not a long hole the tee shot is key. Tee shots hit to the right will find a large walnut tree blocking the second shot.2The second hole is a slight dogleg to the left. The fairway is lined with many large trees and a ditch across the fairway will catch the longer hitters.3The first par three on the course measuring around 200 yards. Tee shots to the right can be caught by a deep greenside bunker so it is better to play up the left and allow the slop4The drive is blind with a large lake on the left. A good straight drive will result in an open approach to a large green.5The fifth hole is a dogleg to the left. Keep your tee shot down the left to open up the green which is guarded by one bunker on the right hand side. 6A ditch runs across the middle of the fairway which will catch long hitters.7The seventh plays uphill so is always one more club than you think. Bunkers either side of the green are the only hazards on the hole. A sloping green that can be difficult to read8The 8th is the only par 5 on the course. A drive to the left of centre will give long hitters a chance in reaching the green in two.9The ninth hole is a long par 4. The hole plays downhill through an avenue of trees. Stray tee shots will be blocked out. The green is usually very fast from front to back down the 10The tenth is a short par four which has a well bunkered, undulating green as its defence.11Eleven is a delightful short hole, guarded by deep bunkers either side of the green.
Next hole12The twelfth hole is a sharp dog leg to the right and up the hill. The tee shot needing to be hit accurately to allow a sight of the green. The large green has a back to front slope13The drive at 13 is dominated by a couple of large oaks to the left, coupled with the ground falling away to the right. The green, with many varied borrows, has two strategically pl14The fourteenth is the high point of the course which has a blind drive over a hill. Aim for the marker post to give a straightforward second shot to a green set into the slope. 15The 15th, needs a good drive to ensure reaching the elevated green in two.16The 16th has an elevated green to which most people are playing to from the right of the fairway as the natural lie of the land takes the ball there.17Another testing par three demanding accuracy from the tee. 18Our final hole sweeps down as a right hand dogleg back to the clubhouse. With out of bounds all down the right of the fairway, which is flanked by trees. The 18th tee presents play