Course Open

Hole Seven

Pro's Tip - From an elevated plateau tee you will be all too conscious of a dense wood (out of bounds), fronted by a ditch (lateral water hazard), along the right hand side of the fairway. Nevertheless the ideal tee shot should be aimed to the right side of the fairway. This is because the fairway slopes right to left and the left rough contains a number of maturing trees. Also, further ahead,on the left is a line of large mature oaks towering at right angles to the fairway, all of which can prevent a clear second shot to the green. Your approach shot (hopefully your second), has to be equally accurate to avoid the two bunkers, one to the right a few yards in front of the green, and the other closer in on the left and negotiate a narrow entrance to a slightly bowl shaped green. Take care not to be long or left as the ground falls away to the left and behind the green into often heavy rough and trees.


  • White


    337 Yards, Par 4, S.I. 9

  • Yellow


    330 Yards, Par 4, S.I. 9

  • Red


    314 Yards, Par 4, S.I. 13

  • Blue


    285 Yards, Par 4, S.I. 11


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