414 yards Par 4
The opening hole is a dog leg left. Avoid the fairway bunker which leaves a downhill approach to a sloping green. Favour the right side as everything kicks left short of the green.
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364 yards Par 4
Straight away par 4. Avoid the right hand bunker with your tee shot. The second shot plays at least one club longer with it being uphill. To a well protected two-tiered green.
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305 yards Par 4
Don’t be fooled by the yardage, this hole needs to be respected. Emphasis should be on hitting the fairway as the green is small, well guarded and nearly impossible to hold from the rough.
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394 yards Par 4
A good strong par 4. Longer hitters can get over the hill but beware of a blind bunker lurking at the top of the hill. The fairway narrows with trees down the left. There are fairway bunkers left and right before the road and the green is also guarded by two front bunkers.
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201 yards Par 3
A par 3 that has changed for the better over the years. The hole now plays a little down hill but is guarded with a bunker at the front and right a lovely golf hole but tough.
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428 yards Par 4
The longest par 4 on the course made longer by playing uphill. A fairway bunker is well placed up the left side of the fairway. Again the second shot is uphill so take one more club.
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411 yards Par 4
This downhill par 4 is another tough one here at Carluke. The tee shot needs to favour the left side as the fairway slopes to the right. The green is well guarded with 2 giant trees and 2 forward bunkers.
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195 yards Par 3
One of the most talked about holes at Carluke. The hole is guarded all around by different species of mature trees and a pot bunker on the left. Easier for the higher hitter of the ball. Take a 3 and run.
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480 yards par 5
The only par 5 on the front nine. The tee shot is blind leading to a wide fairway with trees on the left and a bunker on the right. Nevertheless let it rip if you want to get home in two. The green is guarded by a small burn at the front and a bunker on the right. If in doubt lay up
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Par 4 363 yards
A lovely par 4. The tee shot is hit out an avenue of trees. Not a long par 4 but two bunkers guard the front of this fast and sloapy green
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128 yards par 3
Our signature hole. A gorgeous little par 3 played from an elevated tee down the hill, but trouble looms all around the green with bunkers and out of bounds on the right hand side. A wee gem
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Hill o’ Hope
238 yards par 4
This par 4 is one of the trickiest on the course and deserves respect. The safest way to play is to knock a short iron over the hill and down the middle. Then play up to the elevated green which has a bunker at the front. The longer hitters will be tempted to go for the green but trouble lurks everywhere.
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302 yard par 4
Again some big hitters will be tempted by the green but a large tree guards the left side. The sensible approach is keep the ball back from the tree and this leaves an easier shot in but beware of the bunker which guards the front of the green.
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377 yards par 4
Another lovely hole. The further you drive the ball the more the hidden bunkers come into play. The safe shot is play to the top of the ridge and you have a relatively straightforward shot into the green.
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540 yards par 5
By far the longest hole on the course. The tee shot is hit from an elevated tee to a generous fairway. Only the long hitter can get home in 2, but the 3rd shot for most is played downhill to a two tiered green. The majority are happy with a par.
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167 yards par 3
The last par 3 on the course but nevertheless a tricky tee shot if you are on a score. Out of bounds all the way up the right and only feet from the green with 2 bunkers on the left hand side. Take your 3 or even a 4 and quickly move on.
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377 yards par 4
This is a strong par 4. Ideal tee shot is to the left side of the fairway as again out of bounds lurks all the way up the right hand side. The second shot again needs one more club as it plays slightly uphill. Bunkers to the left and right of the green gather any misplaced shots. Take your 4 here and walk on.
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319 yards par 4
Not the longest finishing hole you will ever play but the tee shot is important. Keep it down the left hand side to open up the green. Anything right will either be blocked out by trees or out of bounds.
Favour the right half of this well guarded green as everything falls away to the left. All that’s left to do now is hole your putt and retire to our friendly clubhouse for your favourite tipple.
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