The Golf Course

Hole Six

Holes 6 and 7 share large water hazards, which on the 6th hole should not come into play for all but the biggest slicers of the ball. A large tree dominates the centre of the fairway, with a smaller version just beyond, growing slowly but surely, ready to take the place of its larger neighbour in future years. Either side of the large tree will afford a good view of the green which is guarded by a pond and a large bunker to the left and right respectively. A long sloping green always putts towards the water, and a par secured here will feel like a birdie to all but the lowest handicappers.

“The drive needs to finish either side of the tree in the middle of the fairway. A precise second shot has to be hit between the bunker and water.”
Richard Reed Club Professional
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     Saturday 24th February 2018

  • Course open
  • Check your footwear
  • Carry bags strongly preferred
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  • Use buggies  at own risk avoid wet areas.
  • 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 unless putting