The Golf Course

Hole Five

The long fifth hole is a par 5 that is reachable in two for only the longest ball strikers. The majority will lay up short of the water hazard which is only a short wedge distance from the green. A solid drive between the large tree on the right and a small copse on the left will leave a good view of the remainder of the hole. The second shot will present a sloping downward stance which adds to the difficulty of the hole. Two large bunkers guard the front of the green, and once again, the player who takes enough club to clear these will have the best opportunity of a birdie putt.

“A long par five, which most golfers would not reach in two. So a good second shot short of the ditch can set up a lofted approach.”
Richard Reed Club Professional
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        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