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    Overview

    The Club is set in the heart of the Oxfordshire Countryside in the Chiltern Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty, and offers panoramic views across the Thames Valley.

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    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

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    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

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    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

  • Hole

    Hole 1

    A gentle opening hole that plays slightly downhill. One fairway bunker and out of bounds on the right to avoid of the tee. The green is protected front left and right by two bunkers.

    Pro's Tip: Favour the left side of the fairway to avoid the out of bounds right and your round will get off to a comfortable start.

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Overview

The course is set in 120 acres of undulating scenic parkland. The Club’s demanding test of golf and rich heritage draws golfers from all over Europe. The course features verdant, tree lined fairways. From the 244 yard opening par 3, where the drive is over a valley to a small green cut into a hill, to the highly acclaimed par 5, 14th hole, golfers are confronted with numerous and memorable challenges.

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Hole 1

Once voted the ‘hardest opening hole in the country’ and you will soon see why! Either take on the 231yd carry to the small green or play it as a two shotter and be happy with your probable 4.

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Hole 2

A nice gentle par 4 to enable you to relax after the demanding start. Keep your drive middle/right for the best approach to the green, especially if the pin is on the left.

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Hole 3

According to the card, this is the hardest hole on the course and rightly so. Unless you can confidently hit a 250yd drive followed by a 220yd approach, through a narrow avenue of trees to a small well guarded green – play it as a par 5. Keep your first two shots in play to leave yourself a pitch into the green.

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Hole 4

Also ranked in the top 18 par 3 holes in the country the 4th is considered to be a harder hole than the 1st by the members. You must either fly the 229yd carry or feed the ball in from the left, anything short right will find the beach. A 4 is a good score here.

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Hole 5

An innocuous looking hole, catching many players out. Your drive needs to be long or right enough to allow you to attack the green. When you do so, don’t miss left, right or long as an up-and-down is unlikely.

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Hole 6

This hole presents a genuine scoring opportunity, 5 is must and 4 a possibility. Two straight shots should either find you on the green or leaving a pitch in. The green slopes deceptively from front to back so don’t take to much club!

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Hole 7

From the elevated tee choose a club to leave your preferred distance from which to pitch into the raised green. Anything short will run off the green back to the fairway so take enough club!

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Hole 8

Target golf at its very best! To make par you must hit the green, anything left is dead, anything right will feed all the way back to the bottom of the hill. Aim for the left hand side of the green and allow the contours to feed the ball back to the hole.

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Hole 9

A devilishly tricky par 4. You must be bold and aim for the flattish landing area at the end of the fairway, a slight cut shot off the left trees will put you in A1 position. Short of this and you are left with and awkward lie from which to play your second shot.

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Hole 10

It’s a measure of the difficulty of Meyrick Park that this hole (according to the card) is the easiest on the course. Although it looks short, trust the yardage because if you under club, you could easily find yourself spinning 10yds off the front of the green.

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Hole 11

To score well here you must get the drive correct, the ideal shot is a draw as the fairway slopes from left to right. Placing the ball centre left will leave the green open, but remember it’s uphill so take enough club! If you end up between the posts on the right a quick look at the card will explain!

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Hole 12

The last of our quintet of testing par 3’s – often the same club as the 10th. Again the green is well guarded by bunkers on the right and by a slope and oak tree to the left. Walk off this hole with your fifth three and you or on for a good score!

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Hole 13

A Chance to open you shoulders with the only tricky position in which to find yourself is behind strategically placed trees on the right. Don’t be over-bold on your approach as again the green runs off into trouble at the back and on both sides.

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Hole 14

‘There is no finer golf hole than that of the 14th at Meyrick Park’ – that was Sir Henry Cottons view and he knew a thing or two about the game. When you stand on the 14th tee I’m sure you will agree Sir Cottons verdict. Avoid the bunkers off the tee and you may even leave yourself a chance to go for the green – but whether it’s your second or third shot always take an extra club as you are playing uphill into a green on which the ball stops quickly.

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Hole 15

The ideal shot from the tee is a cut started over the tree line on the left, helping you to avoid the bunkers that litter the left-hand side of this hole. Don’t overdo it though or the trees await and a 5 will be good from there.

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Hole 16

You have a choice to make on the tee. Go for it with the driver and you could bring eagle into play or lay up short of the gully with a medium iron, leaving a shot of similar length to the well bunkered green. Your decision will no doubt be influenced by the current state of your card or match!

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Hole 17

The tee shot is key from where ever you start on this hole, from the back you are faced with a narrow drive with some carry to make the fairway and a chance of par. From it’s shorter distance you must navigate a series of fairway bunkers. Regardless you must ensure you avoid the greenside bunker or bogey beckons

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Hole 18

A really tough final tee shot. Finding the centre of the fairway is must to avoid the overhanging branches and to have a clear crack at the green. On the left is the car park and out of bounds and on the right thick trees, so anything other than perfection will leave you struggling to make par, anything more than a 4 iron off the tee and you are being greedy. On your second ensure you have the right club as short will find you in one of two deep pot bunkers and long will out of bounds.