A Drive down the left side of the fairway will open the green up for the second shot. Big hitters be aware of the cross bunker from the tee.
A Drive down the right half of the fairway avoiding the trees either side of the fairway, will set up the second shot and a birdie chance.
A mid-iron Tee shot into a well-guarded green. Miss the green and it will be a tough up and down.
Drive over the right of the two large sycamore trees to open up the green for a short iron into a two-tiered green.
A demanding par 3 requires a long iron or wood from the medal tee.
The longest hole on the course from the new medal tee and 3 well struck shots for most golfers. A slight dogleg from left to right. A drive down the left half of the fairway opens the hole up for your second shot.
A dogleg from left to right with OOB all down the right side. Drive inside the right hand fairway bunker form the tee. The long green slopes away and from right to left.
Keep your Tee shot down the left side to open up the green for the second shot. The uphill second shot plays longer than you think.
A long Par 5 played all uphill. The green slopes from back to front and right to left.
A well-struck mid iron is required to a narrow, two-tiered and well-protected green.
The best hole on the Golf Course. A dog leg from right to left. Drive to the right of the lone tree to leave a long second shot to the green.
An accurate tee shot is required to avoid the hedgerow down the left side to set up the second shot. The green slopes from front to back.
A short par 3 is usually played into the prevailing wind. The green is surrounded by a bunker and Out of Bounds lucks for any tee shots hit long or left.
A straight downhill par 5 which has a slight camber from left to right all the way. A Real birdie opportunity.
A short drivable par 4 for some, but danger lurks with bunkers and ditches or a layup of 200 yards to leave a pitch into the green, the choice is yours.
The longest Par 4 and it is all uphill. Drive up the right half of the fairway. Beware of the lone tree guarding the front left of the green on your approach and the out of bounds all up the right.
A strong par 4 which is usually played into the prevailing wind. A drive down the left half will leave the shortest route into the green.
Finding the fairway is a must from the tee. The second shot plays slightly longer to a long green, which slopes from back left to front right.