Don’t be deceived by the high index on this hole.
With water in front and to the right, the wind also needs to be taken into account.
The green is protected by a small bank but is one of the easier greens to read on the course.
Uphill par 5.
Water up the right-hand side comes into play for those going for the green.
The green is a tricky affair with a steep tier running from left to right.
A right angle dog leg, with trees on the left and out of bounds on the right.
Don’t be tempted to bite off more than you can chew!
A conservative strategy should return a safe par.
A new men’s tee makes this hole much tougher.
With bunkers on the right side of the fairway, its sweeping right to left dog leg and a two-tier green that slopes from front to back makes the second shot tricky.
A long par 3 with water left and out of bounds to the right. Only your best struck shot will do here.
A par on this hole will feel like a birdie!
A true three shot par 5 that will live long in the memory.
With a river running down right of the hole and water crossing the hole twice, the shot into the raised green is as pretty as you’ll see with the Three Locks in the background.
A sharp right to left dog leg.
The ideal tee shot would hug the right-hand side of the fairway.
This should leave a shot of around 150 yards to a flattish green that can yield a good opportunity of a one putt.
An uphill tricky par 3 where club selection is pivotal.
A deep green means that hitting the putting surface is only half the battle.
Three is a good score.
This uphill tee shot that crosses the river requires a well struck ball to get to the top of the slope.
Once there take an extra club to ensure you reach the green and avoid the bunkers on the right.