Hole Flyovers for : Old Fold Manor Golf Club in , England in ENGLAND
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1Hit straight off the tee and you will be rewarded by a lush fairway which slightly bears to the right.2Danger beckons on the left - a large deep recess with lots of trees.3The third hole is long and straight, usually into a headwind. The fairway dips into a slight hollow, but is quite wide.4There are trees on both sides of the fairway, so a straight drive is imperative.5Your tee shot should bisect the tree lined entrance to the fairway towards the big oak on the left.6An uphill drive awaits. The trees on the right of the fairway seem to attract balls like a magnet.78A blind tee shot awaits here. Aim at the marker post on the fairway and you won't go far wrong. Too far left and you will be in one of the two bunkers or in the trees.9The first of two par 5s off the men's tee. As with the previous hole, you are greeted with a blind tee shot..10
The shortest hole on the course, but what a beauty!
The green has four bunkers at front and side, which calls for accurate club selection and a well directed tee shot.
11From the elevated tee you can't see the green, but you can see the pond on the right of the fairway.12This hole certainly plays a lot longer due to being uphill.
A tree lined ditch runs along the right of the fairway for any slices, and heavy rough for those who hook or pull the13This, the second Par 5 for the men, can certainly be unlucky if you miss-hit your tee shot and end up deep down in the pit directly in front of the tee. 14Uphill all the way, this hole has a green that is another tough cookie in terms of all the breaks it contains.15This is the shortest Par 4 on the course, and accuracy off the tee is more important here than distance.16Just three holes to go, and make no mistake, this is the easiest of the three!
17With the wind against (as it often is), this hole (along with the 18th) can be a card wrecker! A good drive still leaves a long iron into the green.18What a finishing hole. After a good drive, you then face a daunting second shot. Do I lay up, or do I go for it? The final green is guarded by a deep wide moat (see the history of