The 9 hole Pastures Golf Club is built on undulating meadow land. It is not a long course and does not have any ‘real’ hills so can be played by most golfers. Every hole is tree lined with fairly narrow fairways which could make your game ‘interesting’. One small pond on the third hole and a few bunkers scattered around the course also help to keep you focussed. With that in mind, the course can be as easy or hard as you wish to make it.
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Whilst the yardage may tempt some to go straight for the green, the strategic play is to lay up short of the bunkers with a mid-iron, which will leave an uphill shot to a one of the largest greens on the course. Beware of a bunker to the back left of the green, as this cannot always be seen from the fairway. The green slopes slightly from back to front.
Opening hole, par 4, 311 yards. Intimidating tee shot especially for first shot off the day, out of bounds all down left and tree lined down the right. Take the bunkers out of play and choose club to hit short of bunkers. Uphill, at least 1 club difference because of upslope possibly two, also it’s a slight hanging lie meaning the ball will tend to curve left to right and for all right handers that will take off even more distance. (Managed a 2 putt par