The outstanding 18 hole Hoebridge Course was designed by former Ryder Cup captain and golf legend John Jacobs.
Beautifully laid out in picturesque countryside, the golfing challenge of this high quality golf course is every bit as enjoyable as the sensational views over the Surrey Downs.
Look out for the 5th hole, as it requires you to think hard about what to do, with the second shot of the dogleg par 4 being played to a sloped green protected by tall fir trees. Enjoy the view from the green Ė itís breathtaking.
Other outstanding holes on this par 72 course include the 7th, where a poor second shot could leave you in a trouble in a deep chasm just short of the green, while the par 5 17th is guaranteed to test your mettle.
Designed by: John Jacobs
Length: 6,536 yards (white tees)
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A Guide around the Hoebridge Course
This short par 3 looks an easy target but miss the green and you can find yourself in trouble to the left in the trees or long rough to the right. The green is deceptively long so club choice is essential.
Another tough Par 5 that dog legs round to the left and with bunkers marshalling the fairway it is essential to hit a good drive. Trees surround the green left, right and past the green and a bunker short right which makes it difficult to hit the green.
Stroke index 1, this proves a long par 4 up the hill with a tight fairway. The green slopes from back to front meaning you want to try and keep your approach short of the hole.
A very deceptive tee shot with a big drop off the tee which rises back up towards the green round to the right. A large tree blocks the right half of the green making it tough to find the target.
Severely downhill so club choice is essential with bunkers short left and right. The green has 2 levels sloping from back to front making this a tricky hole.
A blind tee shot up the hill with a slope running away off to the left and a wall of trees to the right. The fairway bends slightly to the right with a gully to fly over to get to the green guarded by a bunker short left.
A tight tee shot with a fairway that slopes slightly from right to left. A small 2 tier green sloping from back right to front left it is essential to find the correct part of the green.
Finishing the front 9 as you started a long par 5 with a fairly open tee shot with 2 bunkers to avoid. Towards the green the hole bends slightly towards the right and having to avoid the trees to the right.
A short par 4 with a wide open fairway which turns towards the right. The green is protected by a small bunker short right and slopes from back to front.
With a blind tee shot down the hill you canít see the slope from left to right all the way down the hole. The green is tough to find with the slope and falls away to the right where a bunker attracts any stray shots.
A par 3 with a flat green just having to avoid the greenside bunkers and out of bounds beyond the green.
Par 5 with a tight tee shot sloping left to right falling off to the out of bounds. The hole slowly rises up towards the green which falls off to the right hand side.
A tight tee shot with a cluster of bunkers in the middle of the fairway forcing players to aim either right or left. The green is guarded by 3 more bunkers and is a tough target to find.
A long par 4 with trees lining the left hand side of the hole. A large bunker on the right side of the green protects the long green falling away to the left hand side.
A very tough par 3 up the hill with a bunker short left which plays longer then it appears with any short shots running down to the left.
The last par 5 with a severe dog leg from left to right and up the hill. The tee shot has out of bounds to the left and slopes from right to left. The second shot turns to the right and is a blind shot up the hill towards a small green guarded by a bunker at the front.
The final hole is a par 3 towards the clubhouse with out of bounds to the left and bunkers guarding the raised green.