The Golf Course

Hole Nine

A relatively short par 4 with the Llwyni Wood forming a natural boundary on the left hand side, a large oak tree comes into play on the right hand side for a wayward tee shot. The green is situated below the fairway, requiring a blind approach shot. The green itself has many subtle burrows but generally slopes towards the front.

“A 220 yard tee shot will give you full view of the green below that slopes quite severely from back to front. Anything above the pin will leave a tough two putt so if you can - leave it short, but not too short as there is a big slope in front of the green which your ball can roll back down if any spin is on your ball. ”
Paul Thomas Club Professional