Course Description

Below you can find a hole by hole descrpition of the course, this will be updated in the near future with pictures of each hole:

1st. 51mtrs. A good chance for a good start, a 51 metre pitch to a large well receiving green, that is guarded by a bunker to the front and mounds to the rear.

2nd. 52mtrs. A tough pitch to an even tougher green, the green is elevated and slopes from left to right, anything left, short or long will leave you with a daunting chip.

3rd. 39mtrs. A short enough pitch from an elevated tee-box to a large green that slopes slightly from front to back. The green is guarded by a bunker at the front. A short and left pitch will be well received by the hedge there.

4th. 40mtrs. An easy enough pitch with a great chance for a two, a large well receptive green that is guarded by a mound to the front.

5th. 49mtrs. A hard pitch from an elevated tee-box to a very hard green that lies about 6 feet from the wall on the right. Anything short will be received by the large mound at the front, long and you will face a hard chip to the green that slopes from back to front.

6th. 51mtrs. A straightforward pitch to a sloped green (back to front) that is usually very receptive. The green is guarded by a mound to the front, be careful of the Out of Bounds to the left.

7th. 39mtrs. A short enough pitch to a small green that looks easier than it is. A very hard green to read. The bunker in front regularly comes into play.

8th. 28mtrs. A short pitch to large green guarded by a mound at the front that rises at the back, a good chance for a birdie.

9th. 49mtrs. The first of 2 hard pitches with a bunker and mounds in front of a green which slopes from right to left.

10th. 52mtrs. This is a long pitch to a well receptive green that is barely visible from the raised tee-box. The green is guarded by a large bunker at the front and left and a smaller bunker on the front and right, with mounds in various places around the rest. This is one of the harder greens to read.

11th. 40mtrs. A good chance for a birdie. A 40 metre pitch to a well receiving green that has mounds right the way around the green, which can give you that kick you need.

12th. 51mtrs. A Long enough pitch to a large raised green, that slopes from back to front and is guarded by mound to the front, this is a new addition to the course and looks set to be a defining shot on many cards.

13th. 28mtres. An Old County favourite. The ability to stop the ball quickly helps here. A short pitch through two trees to an elevated green that can be deceiving, anything not accurate will leave you in trouble.

14th. 49mtrs. A nice pitch to a slightly elevated green that is guarded by a small mound to the front. It is a hard green to hold.

15th. 40metrs. A hard pitch if the flag is on the right hand side. The green slopes from left to right and front to back and is guarded by a large mound at the front and a smaller mound at the back.

16th. 66mtrs. Easily the hardest hole on the course. A long pitch to an elevated green that's not fully visible from the tee-box. It is usually played into the wind. The green is hard and fast and well guarded by a large bunker at the front. A par is acceptable here.

17th. 44mtrs. Another hole where a par is acceptable, the green is guarded by a bunker to the front and mounds on the back and right. The green is one of the hardest on the course to hold, it slopes in all directions from the centre.

18th. 51mtrs. A nice way to finish your round, a long pitch to a flat elevated green that has a large mound at the back to stop any of those over hit pitches. There is also a mound at the front that makes the green look closer than it is. Anything wide left and you are in trouble.


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