Hole Flyovers for : Luffenham Heath in STAMFORD, England in PE9 3UU
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1A gentle opener to your round, but thought must be taken. With a sloping fairway from left to right, aim for the grassy mounds on the left where your ball will feed back towards th2One of the best holes on the course, but very demanding early on.
A left to right tee shot starting at the left fairway bunker is the play off the tee.3The teeing ground is well sheltered so caution should be taken when gauging the wind. A sloping fairway from left to right leaves two options off the tee.4With arguably the finest view of the horizon, the fourth hole is superb. Aim for the red barn in the distance avoiding the fairway bunker on the right.5Another sheltered teeing ground makes it difficult to judge the wind on this short par 3. Protected on the right by trees and out of bounds, it is not as straight forward as the ya6For the longer hitters, this is the first real birdie chance of the round. With the tee blocks aiming you towards the fairway bunkers, be sure to take care with your aim.7One of our signature holes, the 7th is a thing of beauty. Driving down the right side of the fairway will utilise the right to left sloping fairway gaining those few extra yards.8A risk reward hole awaits at the 8th. The longer hitters will suit a right to left tee shot aiming at the bunkers short of the green. 9Playing similar to the 5th hole with wind direction, but typically a club or two longer off the tee that is again sheltered. Two greenside bunkers hug the left-hand side of the gre10Two well placed fairway bunkers make for a difficult tee shot at the 10th. Aim for the left side of the fairway as anything straying right will kick down the left to right slope in11The first of Luffenham Heath's 'Amen Corner'. An intimidating tee shot awaits with two fairway bunkers on the left and encroaching trees on the right.12Playing slightly different than the opening par 3's, the 12th often plays shorter than the yardage states.13The longest and most difficult par 4 on the course as the yardage suggests. A dogled right to left, may tempt the bigger hitters to take it over the corner of the trees but this is14The aim off the tee is slightly to the right of the fairway bunker, where accuracy is better than distance.15A demanding hole from start to finish at the 15th. The ideal tee shot is to drive inside the fairway bunkers, the first of which is hidden, exposing the whole of the green.16Two very well-placed fairway bunkers to the right gather any tee shot running from the middle of the fairway, so a tee shot favouring the left side of the fairway is ideal.17Regarded by many as the best hole on the course. The 17th is a good strong par 3. Clever bunkering can catch the golfer's eye, so concentrate. The tee shot demands a well-struck sh18With the clubhouse in sight and one final chance to make birdie at the strong par 5 18th. A demanding tee shot is required to navigate the rough on the right and the deep fairway b