Developed on land where once stood a pit head and it's entire mining community, Blyth has matured and developed into a tree-lined parkland couse with a par of 72 - but don't be fooled by it's gently undulating character. It's first six holes are a test for any golfer and negotiate them without dropping too many shots and you can be set up for a good score. But beware - there are some cunning water hazards on 9,12,13 and 14 that demand a strong nerve and a sure stroke. They don't call the 13th 'Sinkers' for nothing!
Superb greens - many say they're the best in the county - will make your round one of the most pleasurable you'll play in many a day.
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