Back 9 – Hole By Hole

Hole 10

Hole 10 The Notleys GC

Elevated tee to an uphill fairway and a raised green. The river is not far away but the trees will catch the wayward tee shot.

Hole 11

Hole 11 The Notleys GC

A golfing roller coaster. The tee shot is over a slight rise and then drops down to a ditch, before a steep uphill approach to the green.

Hole 12

Hole 12 The Notleys GC

A long dogleg par 4 requiring a well-placed tee shot to give any chance of negotiating the narrow approach to the green. OOB left. If you go OOB right, although internal, you are unlikely to see it again!

Hole 13

Hole 13 The Notleys GC

A long par 3 from the white and yellow tees. The tee shot must negotiate a gap in the trees to be safe. The red and blue tees are much more manageable providing you miss the trees!

Hole 14

Hole 14 The Notleys GC

This hole has been extended on the white tees and is now a par 5. Other tees remain par 4. Consistently stroke index 2 on statistics as a par 4. It remains to be seen how it plays out as a par 5. With around a 260 carry from the tee, the ditch may be a deciding factor. The two-tier green is well protected by bunkers and the pond to the right.

Hole 15

Hole 15 The Notleys GC

The shortest and statistically easiest hole on the course. The tee shot still needs to negotiate the ponds, trees and bushes which protect the front of the green.

Hole 16

Hole 16 The Notleys GC

From the white tees, the tee shot is over a pond and bushes to a raised fairway which levels out at around 200 yards. The yellow, red and blue tees have been moved to a new elevated position around 50 yards nearer to the green.

Hole 17

Hole 17 The Notleys GC

A short par 4, out of bounds to the right. The green is blind from the tee and the ground slopes to the left along its length.

Hole 18

Hole 18 The Notleys GC

The fairway drops into the valley and crosses the river before a long climb to the raised green. Long hitters can clear the river but very few try. With OOB both left and right once over the water, accuracy is key to this hole and any overhit approach to the raised green can leave you OOB, assuming you miss the pond and bunker.


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