A tricky opening hole, with out of bounds on the right, thick conifers on the left and a fairway that slopes to the right, finding the opening fairway is no easy task.
You may need an extra club to reach the raised green in regulation.
With an undulating green walking away from the first hole with a par will feel like a birdie!
Stunning views greet you as you stand on the second tee.
Choose your club carefully because the pin position can alter the length of this hole by 60 yards.
Long hitters run the risk of both water and sand off the tee on the 3rd.
The perfect tee shot would measure 200 yards leaving a mid-iron or pitch to a raised green.
A real test!
The tree is a good line off the tee as the fairway slopes from right to left.
With a good drive you’ll still find yourself with a mid to long iron to the green.
Whatever standard you are a par is a great score on this stroke index one hole.
Dog leg from left to right, the tee shot is key.
Avoid the bunkers on the left and the out of bounds to the right and it should leave a straight forward shot into the lowered green.
A very undulating green and probably the toughest on the course.
This is one of the stand out holes at Three Locks.
A par 3 that requires accurate clubbing and a pure strike to carry the water and hold the green.
This hole is full of danger.
If you don’t try to take too much on, this hole should be a straightforward par 5.
Big hitters will try clearing the river in 2 but those that have tried and failed tell stories of high numbers, racked up in trees and water.
A long hole which yet again sets a premium on accuracy.
Three good shots are required to have a birdie putt on the longest hole on the course.
The first of two par threes in a row and again a test of nerve. Water awaits a miss hit so take an extra club and swing smoothly. It’s important to leave yourself an uphill put on this tough green.