Holes 9 & 10

Hole 9:  THE ELBOW sponsored by GREENSPACE - Garden Design and Landscaping - 01989 562821
This is a left hand dogleg around the farmyard and buildings.

Once again the drive is critical, the long hitter will aim over the corner of the buildings and expect to have a short iron shot to the green, but if too short will, if not out of bounds, have to play a shot off a steep slope, if too long his line could be obstructed by tall trees.
The average golfer will play around the dogleg and will then have a longer approach shot to the green off a fairly level stance. The approach to the green is narrow so accuracy is required.

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 4 350 9
Y 4 346 9
R 4 319 9

Hole 10: RABBITS
A tricky par three as the ideal line to the green skirts the "out of bounds" on the left, which has tall trees lining a ditch just inside the course.  The green is not visible from the tee on this hole.

The lie of the land slopes steeply from left to right and this will prevent a short hit shot from reaching the green.

Tee Par Length Stroke Index
W 3 174 12
Y 3 165 12
R 3 154 12

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