Our woodland course is designed on two levels, Holes 2 to 11 circle the hills and have fine scenic views with undulating fairways and some interesting lies.
The 12th Hole, from its elevated tee, is played down to a double green in front of the Clubhouse. It is a short dog-leg par 4 which can be driven by the longest hitters.
The remainder of the holes play along the valley where accurate drives are essential. The 13th Hole is a difficult par 5 with ditches crossing the fairway in two locations. The second shot must be positioned with care.
Take dead aim at the marker post as the fairway slopes from left to right, then play for the middle of this 3 tiered green, a shot coming up left, right, short or long normally results in a dropped shot or three!
Try and avoid going right on this hole and this can prove difficult as the wind can change in the new land. The green is deceivingly long, however a shot to the middle of the green will not be too far away for a 2 putt or even a birdie. A little view of Glastonbury Tor will also be available on this hole.
This hole plays longer than it looks and favours the faders of the ball. A shot aimed at the left half of the green fading in will bounce on nicely towards this large green.