The Golf Course

Hole Three

A long drive to the left of the fairway bunker sets up a long or mid iron to a fairly flat green at the third hole. Trees alongside both sides of the fairway will potentially block out the wayward drive, and be aware of a small pond to the left of the fairway which has captured many pulled second shots.

A bunker well short of the green awaits anyone who under clubs and another green-side bunker on the right means that the best approach into the green is long and left.

“Drive towards the left centre of the fairway to avoid the bunker. The second shot must be struck firmly to the green guarded with two bunkers.”
Richard Reed Club Professional
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Course open

        Sunday 17th December

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  • Course open
  • Placing allowed, Closely mown area's and in the rough.
  • Temporary greens may be used in frosty conditions.
  • Please make sure you can see first bunker in fog before teeing off.
  • Please repair pitchmarks
  • Play prohibated from temporary greens