1st 2nd and 3rd Holes
1st hole (Par 5)
A downhill tee shot to a generous fairway gets the round under way. Two of the many mature specimen trees to be found on the course come into play for the second shot, so straight hitting is required to leave a clear approach shot to the slightly elevated 1st green.
2nd hole (Par 3)
Plenty club is required on this inviting short hole - all the trouble, in the shape of three bunkers, is at the front of the green.
3rd hole (Par 4)
Danger lurks everywhere on this driveable par 4, with bunkers, a pond with a stream running across the fairway and a centuries old oak tree guarding the two tiered green. Play safe from the tee, and favour the left side with your approach to make sure of your par.