This beautiful course offers golfers flexibility with several courses available from the 29 interchangeable holes. A nine hole course and an eighteen hole course are open every day.
You can enjoy a lazy game on the nine hole course or a friendly match on the eighteen hole course all in a peaceful coastal location at one with nature and the song of skylarks. And who knows, you may even be lucky enough to spot a roe deer!
The course has five par 5 holes, four of which are reachable for the lower handicap golfer and 6 par 3's offering plenty of chances to pick up a few shots to par. Don't let this fool you though, your shots will have to be played with precision to be able to attack the flags, with any wayward shot being severely punished in the many hazards.
Water features heavily on the Jubilee course with no less than 8 holes having some form of water hazard to contend with.
An easier walking course than the Morgan's or Imperial, but not quite as spectacular the Jubilee Course compliments Hunley Hall with a different challenge yet again.
The course includes some of the most challenging and spectacular holes from the very outset. After just 3 holes you will be stood on the tee at "Snaith's", the signature hole at Hunley Hall. With views across Hummersea bay and the magnificent Boulby Cliffs - it's a hole you won't forget. The difficult start is balanced out when you get to the 8th. Dicken's Dilemma, a short par 3 over water. The next few holes are a little more forgiving and with a few well-positioned shots you should be able to claw back some of the shots you may have dropped over the difficult starting holes.
Don't let this lull you into thinking it's easy as there is a sting in the tail of the Imperial Course.
The 17th, Cottage Corner is a tough par 4. Dogleg to the right with water, gorse, bunkers and mounds at the corner of the dogleg. Negotiate the corner you then play to a raised green with trees to the rear, out of bounds to the left and bunkers to the right. Leave the hole with a par and you'll be smiling.
The 18th, Winney Bank brings you back to the clubhouse. A short par 4, but uphill with trouble all the way up the right hand side. Again end with a par and you'll be happy.
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