HOLE 7 - 9

The tee shot is a straight drive but you must ensure to either leave it short of the ditch at 250 yards, or if feeling brave the longest hitters can carry it, leavin just a pitch to the green. The mere mortals having played up short of the ditch will face a shot of over 150 yards uphill to a green that once again has bunkers both left and right.

A slightly downhill hole means any shots coming up a little short have a chance of getting a kick onto the green. The green itself is fairly flat giving a good chance of holing your putt.

The first of our par 5's is reachable in two for the longer hitters, but three good hits for everyone else. The hole doglegs left from the tee. A split fairway must be negotiated. Your approach shot is often blind as the fairway slopes down towards the green leaving you a view of just the top half of the flag. The green has no bunkers but the slope makes it  a difficult chip to get close.