|Hole||Name||Par||White Yds||SI||Yellow Yds||Red Yds||SI|
|4||Ivor's Island||4||382||3||359||249||6||View Hole|
|16||Ash Bowl||3||172||12||154||106||17||View Hole|
|18||Leese Hill||4||270||10||262||231||13||View Hole|
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I have played here over 20 times and it is one of my favourite courses to visit. Not just for the course but for the friendly staff, quiet setting and beautiful views of the countryside - pure escapism! Take my word for it, if you are looking for a reasonably priced day out then look no further!
Tee shot. Nice gentle start. . You need to hit ball 220 yds short of the cross bunkers to leave short iron in. Second shot – Keep to the left of pin, if you miss green right or long then you’re in trouble!
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Carry The pit! Aim left of pin. Green slopes back to front but also left to right.
A tricky Par 3!
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Tee shot – ideally played with fade to hold the fairway centre. A good tee shot will be rewarded however, there are numerous hazards, if in doubt, play safe – short of the yellow stakes will leave around 150 yds in. Tricky green – make sure your not big if the pin is on the front level.
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Our Signature hole! Tee shot – from the tee the fairway looks narrower than it really is, big hitters be careful of running out of fairway. Second shot over the pond – long narrow green, trust the yardage.
Beware left hand bunker. Centre of the green is always a good target here, no matter where the pin is.
Tee shot – easy hole if played sensibly. Leave the driver in the bag, a long iron is enough for position – as far left as you dare with going into the bunkers. Second shot – beware hidden bunker on left of green. Also, the hump on the front right.
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Tee shot – usually with the prevailing wind so doesn’t play it’s yardage. A great design – the longer you hit your tee shot, the more trouble you can get into – the longer the tee shot, the easier the second – a good test. Second shot – just avoid the two front bunkers.
As the 6th, put away the woods and play for position. Take a short cut over the left hand conifer, 200yds will leave a flick into a nice receptive green – a good birdie chance.
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Plays longer than yardage due to wind – it’s usually against. Just avoid the 2 bunkers on left hand side at 250-280yds. Second shot – it’s a huge green but still, DON’T GO LONG!
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A tight tee shot, try and land the ball in the left hand side of the fairway, otherwise the hawthorn tree comes into play at 280 yds. Second shot – nice friendly bank on the left, just avoid the hidden bunker. Miss the green right and you’re in trouble.
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Tee shot – aim down the centre with draw, the fairway is firm and if you hit the short cut, the ball will run. Second shot – it’s a blind shot but the green is the same as the 10th but without a left bunker so aim left of the pin and the ball will run down. Once again, trust the yardage.
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Tee shot – as for the other short par 4’s, play for position – 200yds and straight will leave a short iron to a small green – another birdie chance.
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Trust the yardage – the front bunker brings the green closer to the naked eye, but there is room between the bunker and front of the green.
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Another signature hole Tee shot – a classic ‘risk and reward hole’– a good tee shot will leave you close or even on the green. Just avoid the river.
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Tee shot - hitting fairway is vital here, only the biggest of hitters will get far enough up the hill and still be able to reach from the semi. Second shot – club selection is vital here more than anywhere else on the course. Tiny green with a bank at the back. If you’re long, your dead.
Wind always plays a big part here, it’s the highest point of the course. You can hit wedge or you can hit driver depending on direction and speed. Avoid front bunker.
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Take in the views! Tee shot. Let loose the driver and watch it sail. Tricky small green, beware when pin is on the front.
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Tee shot – played best with a fade. The green is best approach with a full shot in, so try and leave yourself around 100 yds. just remember the uphill second shot will take a lot off your yardage, the green-side bunkers are lethal.
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