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Hole 1

Hole 1

Scorecard

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 372 4 13
Yellow 354 4 13
Red 338 4 7
Hole Plan 1

About Hole 1

The wind plays a big part on this tee shot which should be down the left.  An ideal line is the telegraph pole in the distance. The green slopes from back to front and downhill putts can be very fast.

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Hole 2

Hole 2

Scorecard

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 436 4 3
Yellow 426 4 3
Red 410 5 13
Hole Plan 2

About Hole 2

This hole is one of the toughest on the course with the fairway sloping from left to right.  Keep the ball  up the left side to give you a better view of the green.  The handicap player often has greater success if he plays it as a par 5.

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Hole 3

Hole 3

Scorecard

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 179 3 15
Yellow 169 3 15
Red 140 3 17
Hole 3 Plan

About Hole 3

Make a mental note of the wind direction before stepping on to this sheltered tee.  Take enough club to avoid the deep front right bunker at this well protected green which slopes from front to back.

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Hole 4 

Hole 4

Scorecard

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 392 4 9
Yellow 366 4 9
Red 294 4 9
Hole 4 Plan

About Hole 4

The tee shot makes or breaks this hole.  Aim your tee shot down the left where there is more room than you may think. This will give you a better view of the green which is well protected by a bunker on the right.

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Hole 5

Hole 5

Scorecard

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 418 4 11
Yellow 383 4 11
Red 370 4 5
Hole 5 Plan

About Hole 5

Hit the tee shot down the left as the fairway bunker can easily scupper any plans of making par on this challenging par four.  Don’t be short with your second shot to the left side of the green.

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Hole 6 

Hole 6

Scorecard

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 421 4 5
Yellow 393 4 5
Red 370 4 1
Hole 6 Plan

About Hole 6

Decision time!  The closer you get to the pit, the better.  But putting the ball in the pit will leave you struggling to make par.  The approach to the green should be to the right to avoid the break.

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Hole 7 

Hole 7

Scorecard

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 163 3 17
Yellow 145 3 17
Red 138 3 15
Hole 7 Plan

About Hole 7

This tricky par three is one many players walk off with a spring in their step should a three be made.  It is protected all round by trouble. Some may choose to bale out to the right although a three is then a tough make.

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Hole 8

Hole 8

Scorecard

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 446 4 1
Yellow 441 4 1
Red 417 5 11
Hole 8 Plan

About Hole 8

Play your tee shot down the right side or you run the risk of being blocked out for your second shot. If the flag is positioned at the back ensure you take enough club to get there, as this long green has many undulations.

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Hole 9

Hole 9

Scorecard

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 409 4 7
Yellow 395 4 7
Red 363 4 3
Hole 9 Plan

About Hole 9

Before you play stop for a moment and take in the view!  Then take notice of the clubhouse in the distance as this is your ideal line. Land your approach shot short when the ground is firm as the green runs away from you.

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Hole 10

Hole 10

Scorecard

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 325 4 16
Yellow 314 4 16
Red 271 4 14
Hole 10 Plan

About Hole 10

For the long hitters a birdie beckons but be aware of the cross bunker short of the green.  Others should play to a position up the left for a short iron approach to the green.

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Hole 11

Hole 11

Scorecard

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 370 4 10
Yellow 363 4 10
Red 304 4 6
Hole 11 Plan

About Hole 11

This is no time to get adventurous as any tee shot left will run the risk of being “Out of Bounds.”  Don’t miss the green left either.  Staying right is all you need to know.

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Hole 12

Hole 12

Scorecard

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 182 3 18
Yellow 148 3 18
Red 145 3 16
Hole 12 Plan

About Hole 12

Wind is a major factor on this deceptive par 3 which has a lot of dead ground in front of the green not seen from the tee.  Take enough club and beware the two deep bunkers left and right.

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Hole 13

Hole 13

Scorecard

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 444 4 2
Yellow 432 4 2
Red 394 5 10
Hole 13 Plan

About Hole 13

Here is a chance to open up your shoulders on this long par four.  The ideal line is at the marker post but depending on the strength and direction of the wind.  However, starting just slightly left of the marker post, can make a dramatic difference to your club selection, for your second shot.

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Hole 14

Hole 14

Scorecard

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 416 4 6
Yellow 407 4 6
Red 320 4 2
Hole 14 Plan

About Hole 14

Hitting the fairway is more important than hitting it long.  The fairway is shaped to make play as a dog-leg right.  Whatever shot you play will leave you a tricky putt on an undulating green.

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Hole 15

Hole 15

Scorecard

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 221 3 12
Yellow 205 3 12
Red 165 3 18

Hole 15 Plan

About Hole 15

This is a long testing par three. There is more room than you may think between the cross bunkers and the front of the green. So clear the bunkers and it may just run on!  Better to be left because of the lie of the land.

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Hole 16

Hole 16

Scorecard

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 555 5 8
Yellow 532 5 8
Red 437 5 8
Hole 16 Plan

About Hole 16

Keep your tee shot on the left side of the fairway, because the tall firs on the right, may make for a difficult second shot if you get out of position.  The bunker short and right catches many an unsuspecting golfer.  The approach needs to be longer than it looks to this deep green.

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Hole 17

Hole 17

Scorecard

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 398 4 4
Yellow 388 4 4
Red 369 4 4
Hole 17 Plan

About Hole 17

There is “Out of Bounds” to the left but there is much more room that side than you may think.  Any shot to the right of the barn will leave an obscured view for the second shot.  Land the ball short of the green when the ground is firm as the land runs away from you.

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Hole 18

Hole 18

Scorecard

Tee Yards Par S.I.
White 399 4 14
Yellow 373 4 14
Red 326 4 12
Hole 18 Plan

About Hole 18

Aim your tee shot at the copse of trees to the left of the clubhouse. This superb finishing hole needs a bold second shot to the well protected green.  Once there, hopefully, you will agree with many that you have just played a superb downland golf course.