Key: White Tee Yellow Tee Ladies
327/316 yds 307 yds ladies Par 4 SI 11
Intimidating dogleg, once the clubhouse is negotiated this becomes a simple opening hole. Longer hitters should aim left of the marker, to allow a short iron, off the plateau, to the green.
415/408 yds 370 yds ladies Par 4 SI 3
Deceiving hole, a leaked tee shot could leave you playing from a fairway bunker! An accurate 2nd shot is needed between two greenside bunkers.
136/133 yds 125 yds ladies Par 3 SI 15
Short hole that is guarded by menacing sand traps around a sloping green. Precision is of paramount importance, as is your putting touch.
522/505 yds 471 yds ladies Par 5 SI 5
Straight long drive towards the marker on the hillside, plus the use of the slope for your 2nd shot and it could be birdie time. Beware, bunker at rear of green for over hit green shots!
182/165 yds 113 yds ladies Par 3 SI 13
Careful club selection for this downhill hole is vital. Too strong can leave you three off the tee. There is a demanding bunker, rear of the green.
265/260 yds 254 yds ladies Par 4 SI 7
Blind shot up the hill, bunker left of the marker, too far right and firs block your view. Perhaps a three wood then a short second up onto a raised green.
409/394 yds 402 yds ladies* Par 4/5* SI 1
The hardest hole which demands you target the fairway that is raised from the tee, bunker on left. Your uphill 2nd shot leads to a sloping difficult green. A Par 5 for ladies.
356/347 yds 339 yds ladies Par 4 SI 9
A wide fairway so you can open up, not too far or a fairway trap awaits. A short iron 2nd shot should get you to a wide sloping green.
270/262 yds 254 yds ladies Par 4 SI 17
Long hitters find the green with a well shaped tee shot. However, a shot short of the fairway bunker is O.K for a pitch shot on to the green that runs left.
304/299 yds 261 yds ladies Par 4 SI 12
Right hand uphill dogleg, to an invisible fairway. Bunker 200 yds on left. Large green over two bunkers, an outside birdie chance here.
221/215 yds 182 yds ladies Par 3 SI 6
Start of Chipstead’s Amen Corner. A good tee shot between two greenside bunkers or aim for the left-hand bunker. A pushed tee shot can be bad news.
194/190 yds 185 yds ladies Par 3 SI 16
Small target, and it is out of bounds beyond the green, so one club less maybe the answer.
223/222 yds 211 yds ladies Par 3 SI 2
Bunkers in front of the green, the hedgerow left and right of it, make this a hard short hole. The reasons for Stroke Index 2 may soon become apparent.
329/318 yds 304 yds ladies Par 4 SI 18
This hole looks easy – do not be fooled. Out of bounds - right, trouble left has often proved costly. A good tee shot and a short iron to the green.
178/166yds 152 yds ladies Par 3 SI 8
Well guarded sloping green front to back. A ball landing short will always get a hop forward, perhaps one less club.
449/439yds 384 yds ladies Par 4 SI 4
Long difficult hole, sloping right to left presents a precise tee shot. For most 2nd shots the ball is above your feet, so aim right. Bunker on left of green.
287/270 yds 249 yds ladies Par 4 SI 14
Hard tee shot with out of bounds on right. A pulled shot leaves you with a hanging lie and a difficult 2nd. Huge pot bunker on right corner of green.
437/423 yds 385 yds ladies Par 5 SI 10
Left to right dog leg with a fairway bunker. Landing on the fairway is key, 2nd & 3rd shots must carry the bunkers to the green. The hardest sloping green.