Hole by Hole Guide
1st; Stonepark, 293 yards , a tricky par 4 to start off with. A small ditch 150 yards across the fairway catches the less powerfull drives. For those who hit it long there is a dog leg right, however cut it too fine and you end up out of bounds.An easy wedge shot from the fairway to find the green and a you could be rewarded with a birdie.
2nd; Windbreck, 163 yards, a short par 3 with another ditch 80 yards straight ahead, dont be shy and give it a whack! Decent sized green to hit and birdie is a bounus but be happy to walk away with a par.
3rd; Blanster Brae 432 yards, a monster hole and all uphill! Once again another ditch at 170 yards awaits to catch you. Find the fairway over the ditch and a good hit with a 3 wood should take you close to the green. A par is a good score.
4th; The Myres 438 yards, back down the hill, a dog leg right with a ditch at about 265 yards. Better to lay up short and avoid the ditch, a good iron shot on your second should find the green for a birdie chance.
5th; Haybrake 209 yards, a nice uphill parr 3, fine chance for a birdie here.
6th, Owld Freds 146 yards downhill, be carefull here as a burn runs along the back of the green waiting to catch any ball that goes too long!
7th; Bankburn 350 yards, a nice straight uphill hole here, avoid Billys hens on the right and walk away with a par.
8th; Taymoss Burn 434 yards, nice hole for the long hitters, a good drive here should set you up for getting on the green in 2, however, be warned there is a burn that guards the front edge of the green and at the back another burn is waiting to get you! Do i lay up short or go for it?
9th; Daisy Villa 289 yards, with the breeze on your back the green is very tempting. But be warned with a ditch at 170 yards ahead and a burn running the length of the green it may be wise to lay up short. A good chance for a birdie here.