The Humewood golf course is best described as:
- Challenging layout
- A masterpiece
All are invited to enjoy a round on our championship links course and, whilst you're soaking up an almost old-fashioned atmosphere, watch out for that wind!
The prevailing south-easterly and westerly winds will demand all your golfing skills.
And you better hope that gale force conditions are not the order of the day!
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Holes 1 to 3
A straightforward hole to start off with that runs slightly downhill towards the sea. The wide fairway assists you to get over those 1st tee nerves, but beware of the two fairway bunkers, which are perfectly positioned for those long hitters. There is dead ground in front of the green, so be sure to trust your yardage and take enough club for your approach.
A fantastic dogleg left par 4. The drive is key on this hole, as you will be driving over a hump on the corner to a semi-blind fairway, which has a large bale–out area to the right.
The approach shot is to a long green that is well protected on both sides.
The green slopes severely from back to front.
This long, sea–facing par 3 always presents its self as a challenge to any golfer. This small green is protected by 2 large bunkers to the right and a hump short right of the green.
The hump is a good line to take, however don’t pitch directly into it, as it may just kick the ball towards the bunkers.