Leyland Golf Club

Wed 24
19ºC
Thu 25
23ºC
Fri 26
24ºC

Weather & Course Info

Course Status

Leyland: Wednesday 24th May. The Course and Driving Range are open.

The Course - Hole 1

408 Yds Par 4

398 Yds Par 4

346 Yds Par 4

Par 4 Index 8

Try to favour the left half of the fairway on this tricky start hole. Once successfully played into position remember the green is above you and play a little extra club to make sure you reach the elevated green

The Course - Hole 2

414 Yds Par 4

410 Yds Par 4

406 Yds Par 5

Par 4 Index 4

A good test usually into the prevailing wind. No prizes for overshooting this green as the out of bounds is very close to the back edge.

The Course - Hole 3

155 Yds Par 3

136 Yds Par 3

129 Yds Par 3

Par 3 Index 18

A downhill par 3 with a smallish green. Knock it into the centre of the green and you will not have a long putt. Remember the bunkers are waiting for an over ambitious shot.

The Course - Hole 4

173 Yds Par 3

157 Yds Par 3

150 Yds Par 3

Par 3 Index 10

Going back up the hill making this hole play a lot longer than the previous 3rd hole. Look where the pin is on the 4th when you walk to the 3rd tee because there is about 4 clubs difference from the front to back of the green.

The Course - Hole 5

512 Yds Par 5

507 Yds Par 5

503 Yds Par 5

Par 5 Index 2

A good tee shot down the right side of the fairway will hopefully be near the lone tree and will give you a chance of clearing the stream with your second shot. If you set off too straight the ball will run off the fairway on the left. Remember it’s a par 5. If in doubt lay up to the 150yd marker to leave a shot to the green from a flat lie.

The Course - Hole 6

385 Yds Par 4

369 Yds Par 4

360 Yds Par 4

Par 4 Index 12

Another hole that suits a draw from the tee, with the fairway sloping right to left. With a little luck your ball will run to the bottom of the fairway leaving a short iron to the green. Beware of the false front to the green or your ball could roll back off the green.

The Course - Hole 7

369 Yds Par 4

365 Yds Par 4

363 Yds Par 4

Par 4 Index 6

A testing tee shot back into the wind. The higher handicapper needs to keep the ball left of the pond. Once successfully negotiated you have a shot from the flat to a raised green sloping from back to front. Try to leave your second shot under the pin or you could have a frightening downhill bending putt.

The Course - Hole 8

303 Yds Par 4

279 Yds Par 4

263 Yds Par 4

Par 4 Index 16

Risk or reward for the longer hitters who will usually try to fly the stream across the fairway. For the average player an iron to the 150yd marker is the sensible play. Don’t get too close to the stream as you have to clear the trees. The second shot to the basin green needs to land on the green or it could shoot through the back onto a nasty slope. Beware of the internal out of bounds all along the right of this hole.

The Course - Hole 9

333 Yds Par 4

323 Yds Par 4

308 Yds Par 4

Par 4 Index 14

A good hole with fairway bunkers and a ditch down the right hand side that can catch a slice. With a good tee shot you have a relatively short shot into a receptive green. Once again like the 2nd hole guard against going big, as out of bounds looms close to the back of the green.

The Course - Hole 10

170 Yds Par 3

164 Yds Par 3

131 Yds Par 3

Par 3 Index 11

Downhill par 3 similar to the 3rd. Once again the centre of the green is the smart play. Miss the green to the right or left and you will have a tricky chip over the bank to the slightly raised green.

The Course - Hole 11

452 Yds Par 4

443 Yds Par 4

403 Yds Par 5

Par 4 Index 5

Never an easy hole, with a good drive you may be able to reach the green in two, but a five is not a bad score on this long par 4. Hit your tee shot left and the fir trees are waiting for you, hit it right and the dell is there to catch you out.

The Course - Hole 12

403 Yds Par 4

369 Yds Par 4

361 Yds Par 4

Par 4 Index 1

Ideally played with a draw off the fairway bunker to leave you in the middle of the fairway. This leaves you with a mid to long iron into the green with the ball slightly above your feet. Always a good hole when you walk to the next tee with a par on your card.

The Course - Hole 13

343 Yds Par 4

322 Yds Par 4

269 Yds Par 4

Par 4 Index 13

A classic sucker punch hole. Play it sensibly with an iron towards the bunker, leaving a shot into a very long green make sure you use enough club for your second shot. Many are tempted with driver off the tee to cut the corner. It's not worth it the corner keeps going.

The Course - Hole 14

184 Yds Par 3

163 Yds Par 3

160 Yds Par 3

Par 3 Index 7

Signature hole for the course. A demanding par 3 with trees on both sides and ponds to the left and rear of the green. A real test into the wind. This hole requires a good solid tee shot and a par is usually good enough to win this hole.

The Course - Hole 15

368 Yds Par 4

328 Yds Par 4

275 Yds Par 4

Par 4 Index 17

Another dog-leg from left to right with trouble waiting on either side for the wayward drive. A fairway wood or long iron up to the 150yd mark is the play here, leaving a slightly uphill second shot. Don’t fly this green unless you want a very tricky chip.

The Course - Hole 16

547 Yds Par 5

518 Yds Par 5

400 Yds Par 5

Par 5 Index 3

A demanding par 5 requiring an accurate tee shot to allow you a chance to get near the green in two shots. The ball is below your feet for the second and third shot on this hole with a very small green for a par 5. Right of the green on this hole is a real card wrecker.

The Course - Hole 17

345 Yds Par 4

331 Yds Par 4

315 Yds Par 4

Par 4 Index 9

Tough par 4 into the wind with a stream to catch the pushed tee shot and out of bounds down the left. Always a tricky second shot because the undulating green makes it difficult to judge where the flag is on the green.

The Course - Hole 18

360 Yds Par 4

344 Yds Par 4

305 Yds Par 4

Par 4 Index 15

A really strong finishing hole over water with your second shot. Once again it’s a lay up off the tee with a long iron or fairway wood, to leave you short of the pond. Leaving a second shot to a large green that has a narrow entrance. The back quarter of this green slopes away from you so don’t be too bold.





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