Par 71 Parkland and Meadows
A round of golf at Renishaw Park is definitely a game of two halves.
From the Club House there is a short walk across a footbridge over the railway and the A6135 to the 1st tee of the par 71, 6132yd parkland course set adjacent to Renishaw Hall, which is the backdrop for the front 9 holes. Crossing back over the road there is the back 9 holes, set between the A6135 and the river Rother.
The first nine, with its six par 4’s and three par 3’s is rolling parkland where use of the driver requires good accuracy. Second shots to most par 4’s need to be carefully placed especially on the 3rd and 6th where pin positions can be very tricky. The hole you will always remember is the 9th with its uphill narrow fairway cut across the side of the hill with mature trees on both sides.
The second nine is flat and more open with four par 5’s, two par 3’s and three par 4’s. Use of the driver is a must on the longer holes but beware the rough if you stray too far out of line! The par 3 17th is an interesting hole, only 123 yards off the white markers, but shooting to a raised green with bunkers on both sides and a narrow gap between trees.
Renishaw Park has been well known for a number of years now for the quality of its greens which are fast and true, some of the best in the area.
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