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Wonderful hole, elevated tee with an approach shot into an generous elevated green. Great combination.

All you've got to do is carry the water here, the green is pretty flat.

A good Par 5, there aren't going to be too many weekend golfers going for this green in two.

What a terrific starting hole. Right out of the gate this course will have you second guessing your club selection.

Find your line & choose the right stick...no need for any heroics here.

A big high fade off the tee will work for pretty well for every golfer.

If you've got a few minutes while waiting to tee off on Hole 1, take a good look back at the fairway & green of Hole 9. That'll give you 8 holes to work on a plan or an excuse.

A slight dogleg left into a green protected by a collection of pot bunkers right front.

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.


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