Our Course

We have one of the most challenging and unique courses in West London. See below to see the course plans, and a few tips on how to play the holes.

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Hole 1 - Par Five
Par Five to start, dog leg left. Best suits a drive to
right centre of fairway to open up the hole.

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Hole 2 - Par Three
Essential that you carry the ball the
yardage, don't under club.

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Hole 3 - Par Four
Short par four requires a drive left of centre, taking
the big tree out of play.

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Hole 4 - Par 4
Pretty much as you see it.
Keep your drive just left of centre of the fairway
as there is a fairway bunker down the right hand side.
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Hole 5 - Par Three
Clubbing here is important.
Two tier green, so check where the flag is.

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Hole 6 - Par Five
Long par five. Try to keep to the left hand side
of the fairway after two, this opens up approach
to the green.
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Hole 7 - Par Three
Club selection is important.
Plays its length with narrow but very long green.

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Hole 8 - Par Four
Long par four requiring a good drive to the left of
centre of the fairway, opening up the green.

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Hole 9 - Par Four
Tricky par four. There is a bush in the middle of the
fairway 120 yards short of the green.
The green is surrounded by trees, no room for error.
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Hole 10 - Par Three
Long par three. Land slopes off to the left, so
an accurate shot to the right hand
side of the green is required.
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Hole 11 - Par Three
Club selection is essential depending
on the pin. Better to be short
than long as this leaves you with an easier putt.
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Hole 12 - Par FourDog leg left.
Line is the silver Birches in the distance.
A good drive will leave you with a mid to
short iron approach.
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Hole 13 - Par Four
Great Hole. Requires a fade round
the big tree or a draw starting it to the right of
the big tree. (Inside Power House railings is OB).
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Hole 14 - Par Three
A long par three. Surrounded by bunkers. A rather large
tricky green, so club selection is important.

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Hole 15 - Par Four
A long par four. Requires a drive just left of centre of the
fairway. A guarded large green with
bunkers. Club selection is mostimportant.
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Hole 16 - Par Four
A short par four. A tricky green, requiring a drive left
centre of fairway as green slopes
from right to left.
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Hole 17 - Par Five
A nice friendly par five. Green tucked around
the corner from a dog leg left. Important to stay
down the right hand side of the fairway.
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Hole 18 - Par Four
An excellent finishing hole. Dog leg left round
the corner requires a drive just right of centre to open
up the green. Club selection is important here.
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FLYOVER OF HOLE 18