The Course – 10-18

Hole 10 – The Brook

Hole10
The cross fairway brook gives this hole its name. A straight par 4.

BLOCK TEE

  • This tee is on the highest raised tee.

TEE BOARD – WHITE TEE

  • These tees are on the lower raised tee.

YELLOW TEE

  • This tee is forward of the tee board.

RED TEE (Ladies & Juniors)

  • This tee is further forward.

GENERAL

  • A ditch runs across the fairway some 60 yds from the green.

BUNKERS

  • 2 greenside bunkers – 1 front left & 1 front right.
  • 1 greenside bunker – back left.

TIP

  • Keep it straight down the middle.
  • Long drives can reach the green though most golfers prefer to lay-up.
  • The green is in two tiers lower front and a large slope between front and middle.
  • Make sure to play your ball onto the correct level.

Hole 11 – Silver Dale

Hole11
This hole is named after Silverdale Mountain in the Lake District National Park. On a clear day you can see it on the horizon from the raised tees (if you have good eyes). From the tee you can see all problems.

BLOCK TEE –  TEE BOARD

  • This tee is on the middle raised tee.

WHITE TEE

  • This tee usually is on the higher left raised tee OR
  • On the lower right raised OR
  • On the raised tee on the north side of the pond.

(all distances the same to the green)

YELLOW TEE

  • This tee is forward of the tee board on the level ground.

RED TEE (Ladies & Juniors)

  • This tee is forward of the yellow tee.

GENERAL

  • A path runs across the fairway 100 yds from the green.

BUNKERS

  • None.

TIP

  • Keep it straight down the middle.
  • Long drives can reach the green so allow players in front to clear the green (if applicable).
  • The green slopes up from front to back.

Hole 12 – The Fyles

Hole12
This hole is named after Alfie Fyles, a popular local caddy who caddied for Gary Player for 6yrs and Tom Watson for 12yrs. From the tee you can see the length of the hole – a straight par 5.

BLOCK TEE  

  • This tee is on the raised tee to the left.

TEE BOARD & WHITE TEE

  • These tees are on the flat tee besides the path.

YELLOW TEE

  • This tee is forward of the tee board.

RED TEE (Ladies & Juniors)

  • This tee is forward of the yellow tee.

GENERAL

  • A ditch runs across the fairway shaped like a crescent moon with both sides running away from you – these often catch the wayward drive.
  • The above ditch runs all along the left side to the 2nd cross-fairway ditch.
  • The 2nd cross-fairway ditch is 140 yds from the green.
  • The trees/bushes run all the way down the left side of the fairway to past the green.
  • An off-line 2nd stroke hit to the right may well find the pond that is short of green distance.

BUNKERS

  • None.

TIP

  • Keep it straight down the middle to clear the 1st ditch.
  • A short to medium drive leaves you with the choice of laying-up to the 2nd ditch or going for it.
  • With a well hit drive you can reach the green with your 2nd shot for an easy birdie 4.
  • The green slopes up from front to middle.

Hole 13 – McEwan’s

Hole13
A straight par 3.

BLOCK TEE  

  • This tee is on the raised tee top level to the left.

RED TEE (Ladies & Juniors)

  • This tee is on the raised tee lower level to the left.

TEE BOARD & WHITE TEE

  • These tees are on the flat tee besides the path.

YELLOW TEE

  • These tees are forward of the tee board.

GENERAL

  • You can see all the hazards from the tees.

BUNKERS

  • None.

TIP

  • Keep it straight to the green.
  • The green slopes up from front to back.

Hole 14 – Winder’s Way

Hole14
This hole is named after Norman Winders who was a Professional at the Park Golf Club for over 40yrs. From the tee you can see the green – a straight par 5 or 4.

BLOCK TEE  & WHITE TEE

  • Par 5 – These tees are on the raised tee behind and to the left of 13th green. The cross-fairway ditch is 200yds from this Block and White Tees.
  • Par 4 – Occasionally the White Tee is 60yds forward of the Block tee on a raised tee to the left of the fairway. The cross-fairway ditch is 140yds from this White Tee.

TEE BOARD

  • Par 4 – This tee is on the right of the fairway near the pond. The cross-fairway ditch is 140yds from the Tee Board/White Tees.

YELLOW TEE

  • Par 4 – This tee is forward of the Tee Board. The cross-fairway ditch is 130yds from this  Yellow Tee.

RED TEE (Ladies & Juniors)

  • Par 4 – This tee is forward of the yellow tee. The cross-fairway ditch is 110yds from this  Red Tee.

GENERAL

  • There is a ditch to the left of the fairway running to the cross-fairway ditch (see above).
  • Out-of-Bounds markers run all the way down the left of this fairway.

BUNKERS

  • None.

TIP

  • Keep it straight down the middle.
  • Choose whether to carry the cross-fairway ditch or lay up.
  • The green is flat.

Hole 15 – Harry Colt’s

Hole15
This is named after our course designer, Harry S. Colt. From the tee you can see the green – a straight par 4.

BLOCK TEE

  • This tee is on the raised tee before you pass through the ridge to the 15th fairway.

TEE BOARD & WHITE TEE & YELLOW TEE

  • These tees are on the slightly raised tee after your pass through the ridge.

RED TEE (Ladies & Juniors)

  • This tee is forward of the yellow tee.

GENERAL

  • You can see all the hazards to the green.
  • There is a cross-fairway ditch 70yds from the green.

BUNKERS

  • 2 bunkers together on the right at 150yds from the back tees.
  • 1 bunker on the right side at 230yds from the back tees.
  • 1 bunker 60yds on from the above bunker to the right in front of the ditch circa 80yds from the green.
  • 1 bunker to the right just in front of the green.

TIP

  • Keep it straight down the middle.
  • Choose whether to carry the cross-fairway ditch or lay up.
  • The front of the green slopes up towards the middle.

Hole 16 – Roadside

Hole16
This short hole runs along the current road – used to be an airfield runway during the 2nd World War. From the tee you can see all the problems – a straight par 3.

BLOCK TEE & TEE BOARD & WHITE TEE & YELLOW TEE

  • These tees are to the left behind the 15th green.

RED TEE (Ladies & Juniors)

  • This tee is forward of the yellow tee.

GENERAL

  • You can see all the hazards to the green.

BUNKERS

  • 2 bunkers middle of the green – left & right.

TIP

  • Keep it straight to the middle of the green.
  • The green slopes up front to back.

Hole 17 – Plateau

Hole17
This hole is named after the Plateau Green.

A slight left dog-leg par 4 from the Block & White Tees.

A straight par 4 from the Tee Board, Yellow & Red Tees

BLOCK TEE & WHITE TEE

  • On the left of the fairway on the ridge.

TEE BOARD & YELLOW TEE

  • These tees are in the middle of the fairway.

RED TEE (Ladies & Juniors)

  • This tee is forward of the yellow tee.

GENERAL

  • All hazards can be seen.
  • Out-of-Bounds on the left all the way to the 11th tee.

BUNKERS

  • 2 front greenside bunkers.

TIP

  • Drive for the tall white post.
  • Tiger line is to the left of this.
  • Your shot to the green needs to find the flag-tier.
  • Your ball will easily be thrown off to both sides and the back being a plateau green.
  • The green is in 2 tiers.

Hole 18 – Promenade

Hole18
This hole is named because it backs onto the Promenade – a straight par 4

BLOCK TEE & TEE BOARD & WHITE TEE

  • On the raised tee.

YELLOW TEE

  • Forward of the back tees.

RED TEE (Ladies & Juniors)

  • This tee is forward of the yellow tee.

GENERAL

  • All hazards can be seen.
  • Out-of-Bounds on the left all the way to the green.
  • The Green is drivable for long hitters.

BUNKERS

  • 2 front greenside bunkers – left & right.

TIP

  • Depending on where the flag is positioned you drive to left or right centre.
  • The green is a flat green.
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