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The Estuary Course

The Estuary 9 hole course at 3013 yards and par 36 is the perfect course for beginners or those who prefer to play a shorter game.

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Hole 19

A great opening hole, an uphill dog leg left par 4 that heads towards the historical arch way that used to form part of the boundary to Saltram grounds. A long thin green makes the approach difficult as the green is surrounded by bunkers.

Hole Details

Tee Blue White Yellow S.I Red S.I
Yards 359 359 339 10 325 9
Par 4 4 4 4

Hole 20

Par 3 measuring at 153 yards for the men’s is protected with a deep front left bunker and a run off to the right hand side of the green meaning hitting the green is essential if you want a chance to make a birdie or your par.

Hole Details

Tee Blue White Yellow S.I Red S.I
Yards 159 159 153 16 96 15
Par 3 3 3 3

Hole 21

It’s essential to avoid the two eye catching bunkers and find the fairway on this long par 5. A lake lingers to the right hand side of the green so be aware if you are attacking the green in two or hitting your approach not to miss right or your ball will have a wash in the lake.

Hole Details

Tee Blue White Yellow S.I Red S.I
Yards 516 511 474 6 465 5
Par 5 5 5 5

Hole 22

A large fairway bunker looms down the right side of the fairway. With a hedge running down the left side, so finding the fairway is vital to give yourself the best chance of reaching the green in two.

Hole Details

Tee Blue White Yellow S.I Red S.I
Yards 528 484 472 2 405 1
Par 5 5 5 5

Hole 23

Although potentially drivable for the long hitters, the line is tough to find and there is trouble right of the green. A drive finding the fairway will leave a short approach to a target. Accuracy on the approach is required though as the green is undulating and difficult to read. Make sure not to go long as a water hazard awaits any stray shots.

Hole Details

Tee Blue White Yellow S.I Red S.I
Yards 160 160 138 18 112 17
Par 3 3 3 3

Hole 24

A quirky little par 4 measuring at 287 yards off the back tees. With a well protected green by five bunkers it provides a good test to make par here. A well positioned tee shot in the fairway will leave a mid-iron approach to an uphill green so be sure to club up. Beware that left is where trouble awaits if a miss tee shot is struck with heavy rough a pond and out of bounds.

Hole Details

Tee Blue White Yellow S.I Red S.I
Yards 287 287 282 8 262 7
Par 4 4 4 4

Hole 25

A short Par 3 with a generous green that slopes back to front. This is a shot that looks likely to set up a birdie chance but selecting the correct club is vital as the wind can affect the yardage considerably. Bunkers left and right punish any stray shots.

Hole Details

Tee Blue White Yellow S.I Red S.I
Yards 158 152 134 14 106 3
Par 3 3 3 3

Hole 26

The 26th is a great par 3 down the hill on the estuary course. A green that require a well struck iron shot will be rewarded. Anything hit long left or right is sure to find some sort out trouble. Accuracy is key in trying to make par here. Two big bunkers guard the green well and make it seem a straight forward hole but that’s not the case at all.

Hole Details

Tee Blue White Yellow S.I Red S.I
Yards 158 152 134 14 106 13
Par 3 3 3 3

Hole 27

The 27th is a classic par 4 at 413 yards long. A well hit tee shot aimed at the marker makes for an easier approach. The only danger is the front left pot bunker. The green is sloped towards you so it rewards you to be bottom side of the green, leaving an uphill putt.

Hole Details

Tee Blue White Yellow S.I Red S.I
Yards  322  322  311  271  11
Par 4  4  4  4

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