Believed to be planted in the 1880's the beech trees on this 0.6 km stretch of road provide a natural canopy. Worth a walk, particularly during the early morning or late evening hours when the lighting is most dramatic.
Tough, short Par 3 on a calm day, plays even harder with the ever present wind. Strangford Lough in the distant left, rolling farmland elsewhere.
One of the highest points on the course provides magnificent views. Plenty of elevation changes at Scrabo GC, give considerable thought to your club selection, particularly if the wind is up.
The tee shot is easy, it's the second & third shots that can give you palpitations.
Thick gorse bush straddles both sides of this fairway.
Panoramic views of the course and the surrounding area, including Strangford Lough.
Daunting finishing hole as all that fescue blinds the golfer from focussing on the green...brilliant.
Trust your swing as the fairway is as narrow as it appears from the tee.
From the tee, the best line is just right of the bunker that's visible down the left side.
No reason why one can't be putting for birdie here.