b'Hole 8Rest-BiteNamed after the Half-Way-House close to the green. This long par 4 has mature trees both sides of the fairway and from the tee, the players are faced with the prospect of negotiating large well-established Oak Tree which encroaches on to the right-hand side of the fairway and forces the tee shot to the left on to a fairway with a left to right camber. Par is always a good score here.Hole 6Hole 7Keepers Walk, 496yds Par 5 Hole 9Shady Nook, 440yds Par 4This is a very reachable par 5 for the big hitters andTherst par 3 is played to a well-bunkered two-tier is a slight dog-leg left to right. The fairway cambersgreen that nestles in the corner of the course, making left to right and there is danger on the right off the teeit both extremely pretty and challenging with out of as out of bounds awaits the stray tee shot. If you canbounds to the left and right. The bunkers are to be keep your tee shot to the left then three solid shotsfound, two to the approach and one to each side of the should tee up a good birdie chance! green.Hole 10 Timber, 531yds Par 5Named after the magni cent tree dominating the right-hand side of the fairway, this tree is of such age as to appear individually on some of the earliest OS maps. To the right of the fairway, there is also an ancient barn formerly used for storing hay in the days when the land was part of the local estates Home Farm. This long par 5 plays into the prevailing wind making getting home in two a rare event! Once you reach the green it is guarded by two bunkers and a small run-off area to the left. A very challenging start to the back 9.Hole 7\x1b\x1b'