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It begins in a parkland style playing up Redgate Hill through established and newly planted trees. This landscape soon changes to a more links style with greater mounding, more shrub planting and raised undulating greens adding to the test.
The front nine remains predominately links style with three large lakes to negotiate. The first and second lakes are linked by a winding stream fed from a weir which protects the front of the short par 3 fifth hole.
The third and largest lake provides the setting for the signature 7th hole. Also a par 3, the hole requires a well struck shot to carry the 100 yards of water fronting the green. The eleventh also incorporates the large lake which challenges you to take on the green with your second shot.
The next few holes return to a parkland setting with excellent views of The Wash afforded from the 14 tee. The 15th plays from an elevated tee down towards the Hotel and in full view of the terrace and conservatory.
The final 3 holes cross the Heacham river providing a good test at the end of the round. The 18th hole is a reachable par 5 but beware the Ringstead river on the left waiting to catch any errant approaches.
The Course is designed for players of all standards, with the introduction of 5 sets of tee positions. The championship tee will play a course over 7,000 yards whereas the blue junior tees will measure around 5,700 yards.
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