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Captain's Blog 25th April 2018

Wednesday 25th April 2018

I know this is short notice but please remember that it is presentation night on Friday the 27th at 7.30pm. Could all winners 2nd and 3rd place winners please try to be present.
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Captain's Blog 14 April 2018

Saturday 14th April 2018

On the topic of this weekend’s competitions, it would be remiss of me not to mention the appearance of our course. I’m sure we all remember the torrential rain that fell last Monday resulting in the course being closed for 4 days. I was so impressed with the way that a) our course had held up to the dreadful conditions through the week and b) the beautiful way in which our course was presented. The tee-boxes, greens and bunkers were pleasing on-the-eye from every angle and it made me proud in my stomach of the club that I represent. Huge thanks go to Nigel and his team and the Green Team for their hard work under difficult circumstances. I eagerly anticipate to see what they can produce given some favourable weather conditions *fingers crossed*
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Captain’s Blog 31st March 2018

Saturday 31st March 2018

Staggeringly, it’s already been a few weeks since my investiture as Captain. Past captains have all declared how quickly my year in office will pass and they’re not wrong. It must be an indication of how much I’m enjoying my new role.
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The Course



Hole 16

Par

Yards

S.I.

White Tees

4

364 Yards

7

Yellow Tees

4

354 Yards

7

Red Tees

4

312 Yards

12


With the Club House and Church steeple in sight this hole can cause problems from nowhere. 

The tee provides a clear view of the required shot to a well defined fairway. Trees down both sides of this fairway will punish the wayward tee shot; the left masking the out of bounds, the right resulting more ofter than not in a severe penalty.  A fairway bunker will also pick up shots to the left side of the fairway.  There are four cross bunkers in a line some way down the fairway, hiding the change in levels, where the land runs gradually away through the green.  A large bunker protects approaches from the left or misdirected approaches from the right; its steep face providing a formidable hazard.  To the left of the green is a bunker positioned to attract, and it does, shots that are not directed to the heart of the green. The green slopes from front to back, so judgement of distance is paramount.  The back of green has a small bank over which the land runs to the stream.

A challenging green to putt on especially considering speed and break.





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