Hole 1/10 Hilton 253 yds Par 4
Historically this hole used to be the opening hole. A straightforward par 4 with O.O.B along the left of the fairway. Quite a tight entrance to the green with O.O.B along the fence on the left of
Leave the hole at the back of the green and follow the path keeping left. When you cross he Myrtle Road public footpath you will see another path that leads you behind the 4th green to the 2/11th Tee
Hole 2/11 Well Well 158 yds. Par 3
The approach to the green is protected by a fairway bunker and the green has a bunker on the R.H. front fringe. Be careful not to over club with an O.O.B immediately behind the green.
Leave the green to the right and walk onto the public footpath, turning right the 3/12th Tee is about 50 yds up this path on the R.H.S
Hole 3/12 Starfish 312 yds. Par 4
A straight forward par 4 with bunkers just short of the green to the right and greenside on the left. A ball to the left of the fairway gives the best approach to the green. A drive to the right allows the luxury of a shot into the green from the adjoining fairway however you may be blocked by the trees.
Leave the green on the R.H.S and the 4/13th tee is on the left.
Hole 4/13 Spion Kop 326 yds. Par 4
The wide fairway is enhanced by the luxury of affording a shot into the green from either of the adjoin fairways. Check for public using the footpath before making your second shot to the green. There is an O.O.B over the green to the left.
The Tee for the 5/14th Hole is to the left of the green
Hole 5/14 The Terrace 329 yds. Par 4
The green is sculptured out of the hillside and the best approach is from the R.H.S. A drive to the R.H.S of the fairway may be blocked to the green by the trees. On he face of it a straightforward hole but often proves tricky.
The 6/15th Tee is above the green to the left, check for players on the 1/ 10th tee before driving off.
Hole 6/15th Paradise. 131 yds. Par 3
This beautiful little par 3 is laid out before you. The green is protected with a pothole bunker to the left and the pond to the right also be aware of the O.O.B behind the green.
Leave the green behind the 1/10th tee and turn left up the tarmac path between the tee and the car park. You will see the 7/11th tee about 50 yds up the path on the right.
Hole 7/16th The Trees 257 yds Par 4
You really need a straight drive in the centre of the fairway, any drive to the right risks hitting the bunker or slipping into the semi rough and makes the second shot difficult. The green is perched at the end of a steep hill a long shot into the green risks falling down the hillside off the green The green is protected by bunkers at the front right and left.
Leave the green on the R.H.S and walk back towards the clubhouse .on your left you will see signs to the 8/17th Tee. Take the path which used to be used for down the valley for the first fairway. The 8/17th Tee will be on the right above the old 1st Green.
Note this tee will be modified during phase 2 of the course reconstruction and may be moved to facilitate this. Clear signage of any changes will be in place.
Hole 8/17 Rainsough 214 yds. Par 3
Initially this remains a blind shot to the green over the marker posts, but as the year progresses the new tee will be elevated giving a clear view of the green.
The 9/18th Tee is to the left of the green along the path.
Hole 9 / 18 Home.
Regarded as the course’s signature hole this par 4 presents a challenge to golfers of all levels. The tight approach to the green makes positioning the drive essential. In addition to the tight entrance the green is also guarded by a trench around the front and R.H.S
If you are playing eighteen holes leave the green towards the clubhouse and walk through the car park to the 1/10th tee.