Hole 1

Heritage – Hole 1 A slight dogleg right. The tee shot should favour the left half of the fairway, opening the green, which is angled with bunkers guarding the right. Par 4 398 Yards Previous Next

Hole 2

Heritage – Hole 2 A testing par 4, with bunkers either side of the fairway and deep bunkers guarding the green, requires power and accuracy. A strong tee shot up the right side of the fairway sets up an approach … Read More

Hole 3

Heritage – Hole 3 A delightful par 3 with water hugging the left side of the green. Slightly downhill, the correct club selection is vital when playing this hole. Par 3 194 Yards Previous Next

Hole 4

Heritage – Hole 4 A sharp dogleg left awaits you on the tee. An inviting tee shot sets up a tricky approach to a narrow green surrounded by deep bunkers either side. Par 4 384 Yards Previous Next

Hole 5

Heritage – Hole 5 This stunning par 5 tests your course management skills. Driving the ball to the top of the brow will set up the classic risk and reward dilemma. Go for the green and you will need to … Read More

Hole 6

Heritage – Hole 6 A long, straight hole with a tricky putting surface. When your approach shot lands on the green you are only halfway there. This sloping green, from right to left and front to back, will test even … Read More

Hole 7

Heritage – Hole 7 Another short hole to test the nerves. The tee is protected by trees, the green protected by water. Choosing the correct club is imperative in negotiating this hole safely. Par 3 187 Yards Previous Next

Hole 8

Heritage – Hole 8 A par 5 to savour. Finding the generous fairway sets up a second shot to a green that is protected by deep bunkers and a narrow entrance. The green itself runs from front to back. Par … Read More

Hole 9

Heritage – Hole 9 A testing hole to finish the front 9. A drive to the right-hand side of the fairway leaves the best angle into the green, which is protected on both sides and at the back by deep, … Read More

Hole 10

Heritage – Hole 10 A daunting tee shot awaits at the start of the back 9, with water left and bunkers right. The approach shot from the fairway needs careful consideration as deep bunkers protect the right-hand side of this … Read More