Hole Flyovers for : Lymm in LYMM, England in WA13 9AN
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1A very heavily tree lined par four, with a slight dogleg to the left. Keep your drive down the right for a good view of the new undulating green which has a bunker guarding the lef2A Short par 3 partially surrounded by water. Watch out for the two bunkers guarding the left of this two tiered green.3Gem of a par four, demanding tee shot, leaving still a good shot to reach a raised green.4This hole is a welcome relief after the last one. A short par four, requiring nothing more than a mid iron or wedge approach shot to the green.5Demanding par three, with a deep bunker guarding the right side of the green.6Our signature hole, a wonderful par five. Slight dogleg with the canal all the way down the left of the hole. For the brave golfer favour the left of the fairway to open up the und7Depending on the wind a straight forward par four. Trees on the right and left will catch a wayward shot. Approach shots to the green must favour the left side.8Similar to the seventh but played in the opposite direction. The wind plays a distinct factor on this hole, after your tee shot it can be a wood to a mid iron. Green well bunkered.9Very picturesque par three, well bunkered with out of bounds all down the left of the hole. A difficult undulating green, requiring an accurate tee shot.10This hole measures 350 yards but with out of bounds down the left side of the fairway, together with it being heavily tree lined, still poses a threat.11The card tells you this is only a short par four. Experience, however, says it can be a nightmare. The tee shot must be threaded through the narrowest gap between trees.12This is the longest hole on the course, a par five with a small pond immediately in front of a raised tee.13This short par three looks like a "gimme" but what you don't see is the water running round the green, this is out of bounds.14This hole demands a good tee shot, with a cruel mounded bunker down the left fairway.15Climb up to an elevated tee - a restricted view of the fairway but you will see the fairway bunker on the right.16This daunting par four will play as a par five for most people, especially off the new championship tee.17The penultimate hole, daunting par three with out of bounds down the left and a green out of sight in a deep hollow 180 yards away.18Played from a raised tee with a testing drive. Out of bounds initially down the left and again the two streams crossing the fairway.