The Course hole-by-hole

Onneley’s fairways are mostly well-defined by avenues of trees, on one side at least – and often both.  In addition, trees strategically located at the point of a dog-leg add considerably to the threat posed to wayward shots on several of the holes.  The course is not long, but it can bite…

Here is a golfer’s-eye view of each hole and a virtual bird’s eye view generated from a flyover carried out in late 2019.   The course improvement plan will alter four of these holes in 2021/22, but the works are concentrated in the winter period of 2020/21.  The impact in the main playing season of 2020 will be restricted to an area of manadatory GUR in the landing-area of some drives on the second hole.

 

HoleDescription and PhotosFlyover video
1st: Cherry TreeSelectPress Here
2nd: Jodrell BankSelectPress Here
3rd: Wee TapSelectPress Here
4th: Wrekin ViewSelectPress Here
5th: O'er The HillSelectPress Here
6th: DeceptionSelectPress Here
7th: Folly FootSelectPress Here
8th: Howard's WaySelectPress Here
9th: Hit n'HopeSelectPress Here
10th: Old StumpySelectPress Here
11th: Lake sideSelectPress Here
12th: The GapSelectPress Here
13th: Bomb HoleSelectPress Here
14th: Old Dog LegSelectPress Here
15th: BirchesSelectPress Here
16th: Welsh ViewSelectPress Here
17th: Newt PondsSelectPress Here
18th: Long HopSelectPress Here