Holes 1 &2

Named after Leslie Arnott, a member who used it as a landing strip for his Tiger Moth back in the "Roaring Twenties".
It was then the second hole of the old nine hole course and was played in the opposite direction to today's first.
It should be a two shot hole to the green for the average golfer who can hit a straight ball ??
The out of bounds on the left will punish a hooked shot and the clump of trees on the right can be a problem.
The direction of the approach shot is critical as there is a long bunker protecting the right of the green.

Tee Par Length Stroke Index
W 4 319 11
Y 4 314 11
R 4 314 11

This is the first of the holes added in 1991 on what used to be Cannes Farm.
This is intended as a straightforward one-shot-to-the-green hole over a valley through which the roadway to the farm buildings runs.
There is a bunker on the left guarding the best route to the hole and the bungalow garden ( still referred to as the donkey paddock, although splendidly maintained) seems to have a magnetic influence on any shot with the slightest tendency to hook.

Tee Par Length Stroke Index
W 3 180 7
Y 3 170 7
R 3 173 7

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