Hole 4, 464 yards, Par 4
Currently the stroke one hole and the toughest par 4 of the front nine holes although quite straight, it is up hill and into the wind. Bunkers guard the fairway at the 230 yard mark, with the ditch on the left separating the fourth and third holes. The green is set into the hill and is framed by mounds at the sides and back with another Hawtree large bunker on the right hand corner of the green. For the long handicapper it is really a three shotter and playing for a five is the best option.
Hole 13, 510 yards, Par 5
A challenging par 5, up hill and into the prevailing wind, from this tee. The group of bunkers at 230 yards from the tee on the right hand side come into play, in particular the second bunker which is 277 yards from the tee just waiting to catch the scratch player's drive. The fairway tends to ‘gather the ball' in to this bunker. The ideal line is to keep as tight as possible up the left hand side of the hole to have a full view of the green for the second shot.