Tour the course, at West Bradford Golf Club
Take a picture tour of the Hawtree re-designed course at West Bradford Golf Club, which includes a description, and a guide on how best to play each hole by our resident PGA Professional.
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The opening hole at West Bradford is a short uphill par 4 - 271 yards from the White Tees, 256 from the Yellow Tees.
The fairway has a sharp ridge running across the middle of it around 160 yards from the back of the White Tee box, it is also protected by two fairway bunkers a little bit further on, right and left, around the landing area.
A first shot that reaches over the ridge is considered a decent tee shot, leaving a simple second approach shot.
The green is protected by two deep bunkers right and left, the left hand bunker actually has steps going down into it which gives you an idea of the depth. The green is contoured and slopes back to front.
Pro's Tips for Hole 1
"Your tee shot is all important for this, the opening hole at West Bradford. Club selection from the tee should be carefully considered - the green is reachable for long hitters, but beware the green side bunkers. A safer route for hole 1 is a hybrid shot designed to land just before the green, followed by an accurate pitch on."