On paper, a birdie opportunity at 279 yards par 4, but far from it. The green can be reached easily but only a small percentage of those who go for it are successful.
A great tee to be driving from, one of the highest points on the course revealing fantastic views of the surrounding countryside.
The correct play would be a medium to long iron from the tee leaving you in a position on the fairway to play a long bump and run and hope for the best.
This is certainly the smallest green on the course and the trickiest to putt on... Never concede a putt on the 11th green.
We are constructing a new green on the 11th hole and undertaking drainage work on holes 1 & 2. Be aware that all 3 holes may be playing to a temporary green. Green fee rates have been reduced to reflect this | 2nd Hole open | 11th Hole Temporary Green | Preferred lies in the bunkers | DO NOT walk on newly turfed areas |
Please see our dedicated page to view Covid-19 restrictions:
Updated: 11 Jun 17:06
Players may use buggies and trolleys ‘through the green’ but must follow all instructions, directions, and signs.
In particular players must not:
Players with buggies or trolleys should also utilise the paths whenever possible.
For a full overview of our buggy policies, please see the buggy policy page.
Fantastic day out. Golf day organised through work. Warm welcome at club house and good facilities. Well presented course.