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    Overview

    The Club is set in the heart of the Oxfordshire Countryside in the Chiltern Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty, and offers panoramic views across the Thames Valley.

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    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

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    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

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    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

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Overview

The championship golf course is set in the gently rolling Cheshire countryside. Winding through mature woodland and following the natural contours of the land, offering great views of Cheshire and Derbyshire. With over 80 bunkers and a fair few water hazards a round of golf provides a challenging but enjoyable test of skill for every calibre of golfer.

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Hole 1

A tough opening hole, which requires a well-positioned drive making sure to avoid the bunker on the left hand side. This should leave you with an approach to the green of around 200 yards; the green is well guarded with the trademark Dave Thomas bunkers at both the front left and right sides of the green. Five is a good score on this hole any day of the week.

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Hole 2

The first of 4 par 5’s, this hole doglegs from right to left, with out of bounds running the entire left hand side of the hole. This is a true 3 shot par 5. The drive should be played to the corner of the dogleg, leaving then a straight forward lay up. Be sure you leave yourself around 100 yards for your approach this will need to be played over the large bunker to the elevated 2 level green.

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Hole 3

This may only be 166 yards but any miss hit tee shots will find the largest bunker on the course which guards the entire front of the green. This is a two tier green and it is important to hit the required tier to leave a straightforward putt.

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Hole 4

One of the toughest holes on the outward nine, the hole runs parallel with the London to Manchester railway line. The tee shot requires the straightest of drives steering clear of the water on the right and trees on the left. The green is surrounded by no fewer than five bunkers making the approach shot as important as the drive.

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Hole 5

Standing on this elevated 5th tee you get a good idea of what faces you on this great par 3. the bunkers are deep on both sides and a well it tee shot will be rewarded, but be careful not to over shoot the green as trouble lies in wait.

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Hole 6

Avoid the bunkers to the right of the fairway and the landing area is quite generous. The approach is played up to an elevated green with a backdrop of ‘White Nancy’, which resides at the foot of the peek district.

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Hole 7

This is a little cracker of a hole, although it may be short it requires a well-positioned tee shot struck with a long iron or fairway wood. This will reward the player with a straightforward pitch shot of around 75 to 50 yards.

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Hole 8

One of the shortest but toughest holes on the front 9, the tee shot requires accuracy as the fairway bottle necks to a mere 18 yards, this is coupled with 3 well placed bunkers on either side if the fairway. Club choice is critical in the approach to the 8th green as there is a spine running through the middle of the green and finding the right side of it is important.

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Hole 9

The second par 5 on course requires a tee shot with a carryover water. If played correctly, the second shot demands an accurate long iron between two well-positioned bunkers. This will leave you a pitch shot of around 75 yards. A good approach to the small well bunkered green can offer an excellent birdie opportunity.

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Hole 10

This excellent par four signals Tytheringon's amen corner. A serious dog leg hole, it requires a long well struck drive to give the player a view of the green. The green also has tremendous character with its many slopes and hollows, not to mention two very large and deep bunkers which will catch the stray approach.

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Hole 11

One of Tytherington's signature holes and certainly the toughest par three on the course. From the elevated tee the water surrounds three sides of the hole. The tee shot requires a well struck long iron/fairway wood which must carry all the way to the putting surface. The green has the appearance of an inverted saucer with a run-off areas towards two very deep well-positioned bunkers on the right and left of the green.

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Hole 12

From the blue tee this hole offers one of the best views in Cheshire. A ditch runs across the fairway and parallel with the hole up the left hand side of the fairway. A well struck drive will leave you with a shot around 150 yards lay up making sure you avoid the large oak tree on the right hand side. Failure to do this could bring the water on the left hand side into play. Your approach shot is over a lot of hidden ground and all the trouble lies at the front.

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Hole 13

After the tough stretch of 10, 11 and 12 this short par three comes as welcome relief. A straightforward mid to short iron is required on this hole with the emphasis being on distance with such a narrow green.

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Hole 14

This path four is rated as the hardest hole on the course by the stroke index. The tee shot line is on the large bunker on the left with a slight left to right shape. The second shot is played to an elevated green, making sure you have enough club is essential.

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Hole 15

This picturesque par 4 offers a great specticle. When standing on the tee you are faced by two large oak trees to the right of the fairway, but be aware of straying town the left hand side where two bunkers lie in wait. Three bunkers and a small pond to the left of the green guard the approach.

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Hole 16

The final par 5 on the course and arguably the toughest. The tee shot requires a very accurate strike positioning yourself in the narrowest part of the fairway with trees and water on either side. From this position you hit from the bottom of a steep incline with a long iron or wood avoiding the trees that run the length of the fairway. The approach is one of the most difficult on the golf course as the green is so small.

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Hole 17

The penultimate hole is a dogleg from left to right. A well struck drive is required to reach the corner of the dogleg. The approach shot is to a large, well guarded, elevated, two tiered green and club selection is essential.

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Hole 18

Excellent finishing hole that would do any championship course proud. This tee shot demands a straight and sure tee shot with water on the right and well-positioned bunkers on the left. The approach shot requires a well struck shot with plenty of flight as the green is elevated and heavily guarded by deep bunkers at the front.